Spring brings new blooms each week. I wish I could take credit for the planning, but the previous gardener did most of the work!
We’ll start with the smallest flowers. Anyone know the name of these bulb flowers with tiny blooms? I looked it up, it is called Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum).
We’re preparing for butterfly season, with a dozen plants that are the Monarch’s favorite site to lay its eggs.
Pollinators love these fairy hat shaped flowers. Eagle likes the nectar.
These pretty anemone are hardy perennials. They boldly expand to all available terrain.
The race is on. Who’ll eat the strawberries this year? Creature with a beak, a paw, or gardening gloves?
I love the color of this iris. I’ve pulled out the Canadian anemone around them so they can bloom.
Thanks for strolling through the garden with me. The peonies look promising for next week…
This post is part Cee’s Flower of the Day.