I love these rare mornings when it's quiet and all I can hear are the birds singing. They were very busy at the feeders and in the Dogwood and Weeping Cherry trees. Our front yard is very sunny in the morning so I thought I'd see what was happening there.
Lavender and the Pink 'Flower Carpet Rose'.
Black-capped Chickadees found this feeder in no time. I saw a hummingbird at the 'Jacob Cline' this morning too. Of course it was gone before I had the camera ready.
Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' is one that will bloom all summer now. This one is easy to divide. I've just cut into it with a shovel and dug out a division and moved them around the yard or shared with other people.
Verbena bonariensis has reseeded itself around. This one looks good anywhere and the hummingbirds and butterflies love it.
Oxalis crassipes 'Rosea' another easy one to divide. I was given a clump about 10 years ago and have shared it with lots of people. It blooms spring until fall, sometimes into winter if it's a mild one. Thanks Grace, you are right, this is the correct name!
The weather is beautiful this morning and is supposed to stay that way all week.