This is such a beautifully colored daylily. I love the yellow center and it's magenta petals.
The purple coneflower (Echinachea) is a nice compliment to the yellow Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia). Behind them is the wispy, purple Russian Sage.
I planted this Knockout Rose only two months ago. It is coming along nicely and I just love the color of the blooms.
On the left is Rudbeckia "Cherry Brandy" and on the right are more Black-eyed Susans.
This Hosta is just coming into bloom. The stems are nice and erect with a lovely purple blossom. To the right, is Yarrow and more Rudbeckia 'Cherry Brandy'.
The Crape Myrtle is starting to bloom!
Hot pink Hydrangea is in full bloom by the front door.
Nestled between the boulders in the backyard are various succulents (above and below)
Begonia "Dragon Wing Red" is nestled among the variegated Liriope by the back fence and flanked by Annabelle Hydrangeas.
So that's what's going on in my part of the world. Be sure to check out what else is growing around the country over at May Dreams Gardens "Garden Blogger Bloom Day" list.