I believe this is a Queen Elizabeth rose.
A red knockout rose.
Caladiums and a white hydrangea that I am so pleased that lived and is blooming.
One of two white hydrangeas that were planted two years ago and is blooming for the first time.
here and here.
The agapanthus are beginning to unfurl.
It is such a delight to have hydrangeas blooming this year. Last year I did not have a single blossom. A late freeze is the only culprit anyone can figure out.
Hostas are another shade perennial that are faithful to come up each year. I have several varieties and I love this light green color.
I am growing milkweed for the first time to attract butterflies. Hopefully some monarchs! It has been fun identifying butterflies. View post here on the varieties I've enjoyed in my garden.
I enjoy planting pentas each year because butterflies love them. This has been the most beautiful and pleasant spring I can remember. The mornings have been slightly cool and it has been delightful to sit on the porch with my morning coffee enjoying the birds and flowers with no humidity. I know it can't last but I am so grateful to have had a long spring.
What do you have blooming in your garden?
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