I hope everyone is having a good week. The weather had been wonderful here in the hills but we have cooled off again with a chance of frost warnings in the morning.
This should be our last threat of frost in a normal year but normal has not been around for the last couple of years. LOL!
But soon now I can get some annuals and a few veggies planted out. Our last frost is generally around May 15th here.
It was wet out the other morning but I had to get out and slosh around to check out the flowerbeds for new blooms. It seems that there is something new coming into bloom every day now and I love it.
The irises are starting to bloom now along the woodland garden.
I shared this new ‘Corn Harvest, iris already but I love the cheery yellow so I am posting another picture of it.
While visiting my friend Charlotte the other day I saw she had some beautiful irises blooming in her garden. She has a yellow one almost like this one but it smells so good. Mine not so much. LOL!
Do you think if I switched them she would notice?
The “Pink Sorbet” Peony is opening its blooms but the white center has disappeared over the last few years. This bloom only has one white petal on the side. It is not nearly as pretty now as it once was.
And a few of the Spiderwort or Widows Tears plants are getting blooms on them.
I will be showing some pictures of the individual roses that are starting to bloom in future postings.
So the garden is busting out in color all over the yard and the daisies, yarrows, coneflowers and lilies are not far behind in coming into bloom.
Everyone have a good week and…