The Sweet Alyssum has been enjoying the rainy weather. On sunny days, the front yard smells divine.
I don't know the variety of this azalea; it came with the house. But, boy, look at it go!
The hellebores are still blooming, although I think their flowers are more green tinged now. If I remember correctly they started out with more purple in them. Does anybody know if they change like this?
I believe this is some sort of dicentra. It's looking a little worn after all our rain.
This last one really intrigues me, but I don't know the name of it. If you do, please let me know!
A couple of tulips I forgot to plant in the fall. I tossed them in a pot in early-ish spring, although they appear to have been attacked by something. Still, they add a little color and a little mystery- two of my favorite things.
The hardy geranium are starting to throw out a few blooms. They put on a great show last year. Hopefully this year will be a repeat.
And finally, while these irises are not quite in bloom, they have finally hinted at what's to come. These were given to me last year by a lady who didn't tell me what color(s) to expect. Finally, a hint!
Happy Bloom Day!
crazy February weather
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