Grape hyacinth--so delicate--planted long ago by a previous homeowner.
Wow. What a difference a mild winter and decent rainfall make in my attitude towards my gardens and my gardens' rejuvenation. So thrilled to see thriving plants all over our yard, I even left the weeds alone to do their thing, something I'm sure I'll regret. But after last year's historic drought, I just couldn't bring myself to care about yanking out weeds.
Carol at May Dreams Gardens invites garden bloggers from all over to share their blooms on the 15th of each month for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. Make sure to visit her blog to see more blooms.
young Mexican Plum tree
I can't get enough of these Mexican Plum blooms. They remind me of my grandparents' photos of Japan in the 1940s. Exquisite.
Heirloom broccoli has bolted into airy wisps that attract beneficial insects.
My first-ever iris: thanks to Annie at The Transplantable Rose for passing it along!
Verbena and Blackfoot Daisies from a few years ago have now spread like crazy.
I thought this silver bush germander was dead last October. Shows what I know.
Crazy volunteer tomato--appears to be an heirloom?--is blooming far away from last year's tomatoes.
Happy bloom day.