My spring gardens always seem to be packed with blue, yellow and white. Even here in the shade garden there are blue Hepaticas, Dodecatheon and Trout Lilies in white, and a yellow Epimedium.
This week the Kerria is performing well.
This is a mystery Hosta which I quite like. I hope it does not change too much as it matures!
These Camassia buds appeared suddenly when the weather turned warm. They should be blue soon!
Forget-Me-Nots are a sure sign of spring. They are a little bit too enthusiastic here and I’ll need to remove many…along with Sweet Woodruff.
Just the right number of Bluebells showed up. I’m happy to have them.
I brought two kinds of Dictamnus to our garden, I think this is the pink variety.
This I am told is called “Glory-of-the-Snow.” I know it as Chinodoxa. I had never seen this white form before.
I am so happy that I was successful in bringing this Gillenia stipulata to BC! I LOVE IT!
This form of Rosemary claims to be 1 foot tall and 1 foot wide on its tag. But others say it is a creeping form, which means it could grow to 8 feet. I can only imagine which will be correct….
Shortly after our move I ordered Spring Green tulips and planted them in a pot. I intend to plant them near the Camassia after their foliage dies back..
The clematis are mostly happy with their moves. Some are a good four feet tall already. Two others are showing no signs of life so far. These two are from a mail order, so I’ll try to be patient….
This one is Tie Dye and seems to be healthy and happy.