A new week debuts the next brightly clothed actors at our neighborhood venues. On my walk yesterday, a block away from home I came upon Zuzu’s Petals…
On a Madison street parallel to us, lilacs bloom.
Back home, it may not be a flower, but it is a welcome addition to the garden.
Across the street the Allium are about to outstretch their arms.
Heading one block west, a wonderful scent filled the air, crabapple blossoms.
Back in our yard, a tulip looks for a pollinator.
Thank you, Canadian Anemone you’re a wonderful shade plant.
Our dear volunteer crabapple, which was a two foot long stick with no leaves when we arrived, is now over twenty feet tall.
Fairy skirts from our garden.
Flowers hiding under leaves in the front yard.
Scandalous red scalloped tulip, our one and only!
May blooms for June strawberries.
It’s almost summer. Which are your favorite summer plants?
Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco and commenting! ¡Olé! –Rebecca