My Shasta daisies, which I grew from seed last year, have finally started blooming. They've been on the verge of opening for about a week now.
|Snug as a bug...|
|LadyBug Instar on Shasta Daisy|
So far, I have only one open daylily.
The peony-flowered poppies have opened completely.
Coreopsis and Dianthus, all grown from seed last year, are blooming.
|Coreopsis grandiflora 'Sunray'|
|Dianthus 'Cheddar Pink'|
|Nodding Onion/Allium cernuum|
This Corydalis has been flowering for months.
My Astilbes are looking bright. I've lost the tag, so I don't know the name of it.
I got this Thalictrum my first year here in the PNW, and it's only been foliage till this year. The foliage looked a lot like columbine, so for a while I thought that was what it was. Then just recently, it put up a tall flower stalk, and I remembered what it was. I think it is Thalictrum pubescens.
It has kind of a fairy quality to it.
Like little fairies in grass skirts, floating in mid-air.
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