|Ribes sanguineum/Red flowering currant
Of course, the sun didn't last all day. It rained, and then it hailed. And then it rained again. And now the sun is out again.
But I managed to get out there to take some pictures.
|Epimedium 'Fire Dragon'
|Epimedium perralchium 'Frohnleiten'
|Primula 'Belarina Nectarine'
|Euphorbia 'Ruby Glow'
|Fritillaria meleagris/Checkered lily -- I always think of this as Pixel Lily
|Dodecatheon meadia/Shooting star
|Native maidenhair fern
|Yellow fawn lily
|Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart'
|Clever dandelion, hiding amongst the poppy foliage
|Dandelion foliage is actually quite similar to poppy foliage, but without the hairs. Can you spot both?
|Rain on Mexican feather grass
|Rain on Sempervivum
After I took these photos, I went out and took notes on names of plants with a pen and a pad of paper. Nigel saw me, and commented, "I saw you out there with your pad of paper," (In a high-pitched Alison-voice, talking to the plants) "What can I get you? Some companions, maybe?"
It's been a while since I participated in Tootsie Time's Fertilizer Friday. There really hasn't been much in the way of flowers out there to post about. But now there is.
Go to Tootsie Time and check out all the other posts from people with beautiful flowers to flaunt.