Things are really speeding up around here.
Above: Narcissus ‘Geranium’
One could say the garden has been slipped into high gear….
Above: The most perennial of tulips, species Tulipa vvedenskyi ‘Tangerine Beauty’.
….With the accelerator depressed to the floorboard.
Above: Fido, a goldfish who has survived all but the first incarnation of the pond. Click here to see those incarnations.
The mid and late season bulbs are peaking.
Above: Grocery primroses, Heuchera ‘Silver Scrolls’ and grape hyacinths
Fritillaria ‘Uva Vulpis’ is having a fine year.
Hyacinths and grape hyacinths continue to glow in the Black Garden.
Tulips planted in containers last fall might meet the vision. More on that when, or if the purple, red and orange flowers open together. I hope.
Epimedium x versicolor ‘Sulphureum’ carpets the woodland garden.
Borrowed views frame the emerging foliage of Acer palmatum ‘Butterfly’.
If you are interested in the cattail sculptures, the post about them is here.
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