The allium are just about to pop open in front of a stunningly gorgeous azalea.
Clematis Claire de Lune just opened yesterday. It's peeking out above a nearby hosta which will contine to keep it's roots cool during the hot summer months.
These Anenome Madonna are enjoying their first year in my garden. I love the delicate wispy stems on these flowers and look forward to watching them continue to grow.
A lovely pink columbine is blooming happily next to the ferns and hostas.
Under a blanket of pink petals from the fading Kwanzan cherry tree, the shade garden is coming to life. Taking center stage right now are the 2 magnificent bleeding hearts.
The viburnum shrubs just started blooming a days ago.
I love how the delicate flowers rest atop the branches.
The tulips are just about finishing up, making way for the purple iris behind them.
The last of the many bulbs (tulip and hyacinth) planted last fall, finishing their bloom. It's so rewarding to see that hard work from a cold November day to finally come to fruition.
Then, head on over to May Dreams Gardens blog for a look at what's blooming around the country today.