The Hydrangeas are in full bloom now. I didn't know what color these were going to be, but I just love this hot pink.
The front garden, under the Japanese Maple tree is blooming nicely. Lychnis, Impatiens, Shasta Daisy and soon-to-bloom Russian Sage are looking good.
The path to the backyard is lined with all kinds of different Hostas. Some are shooting out flower spikes (like the one below).
The garden by the front sidewalk is also in full bloom with Gaura, Achillea, Shasta Daisy and a few remaining Salvia.
These Tradescantia are a nice pale blue and I can just see one Black-eyed Susan starting to bloom around the midsection.
In the backyard, the Astilbe are blooming and enjoying their shady spot.
And a beautiful blue lace-cap Hydrangea is blooming along the back patio.
Does anyone know if this is a weed? My gut says yes, but since I don't know what has been planted here, I can't really tell for sure.
As always, any thanks to Carol over at May Dreams Gardens for hosting the monthly Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day.