Woodland Phlox smells really good. I just planted it last year and it's doing great already.
Columbine are blooming all over the place. Most are self seeded and all look different from each other.
This Tiarella has been in my yard for years, but it had been in a dry shade bed and never did that great. Last summer I moved it to a front bed which is shady and the soil never dries, looks like it loves those conditions.
The Pink Flowering Dogwood blooming a month late with far fewer flowers than last year. It still looks very pretty though. The Dogwood in my backyard had no blooms at all this year.
Deutzia 'Pink Minor' is covered in flowers.
Alliums are just starting to pop open.
The new Clematis in a front container is so pretty, it's difficult to see the shades of pink in the picture.
Over the weekend we planted the plants that I had started from seed months ago. So far everything looks good even though it's still cool at night. I couldn't take looking at them withering away under the grow lights. Looks like we'll have rain off and on this week, but the temperatures are supposed to stay in the 60's at least.
Thanks for all your kind words about Linda on the previous post! She will be missed by many of us out in here in the blogosphere as well as by her family and friends.All words and photos in this post are property of A Gardener in Progress.