Zinnias that self sowed are already blooming.
I have placed plants in our new Front Garden water feature.
These little mushrooms are all over my beds in the mornings. I believe they are Japanese Umbrella Inky Mushrooms (Coprinus plicatilis).
Many different varieties of amaryllis are blooming.
Here is the wild mixture of things blooming in my foundation plantings.
Nasturtiums flowers are so pretty. I also think their leaves are interesting.
In this photo we have daffodils and daylilies blooming side by side. Not something you see every day.
Here is this daylily in close-up.
Violas, Sweet Alyssum, Dianthus, Amaryllis, Daffodils, Daylilies and Zinnias
I just love these simple zinnias. They make such a happy little flower.
The rose in the background is Martha Gonzales.
This is a narrow bed along the driveway. This is the Apple Blossom Amaryllis and Pink Evening Primrose.
|Apple Blossom Amaryllis|
Another view of this bed shows: Society Garlic, Amaryllis, Cilantro, Pink Evening Primrose and Texas Bluebonnets.
This is the first flower for this daylily. Very Nice!
This is one of the beds along the street. The rose Cramoisi Superieur is currently the main focal point.
Here is a close-up of one of the bloomers in the Cramoisi Superieur bed. This is crocosmia.
This is another bed along the street. The rose in this bed is Archduke Charles and it is blooming along with Johnson’s Amaryllis (A. johnsonii).
Also, blooming are Byzantine Gladiolus.
Just starting to bloom is Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja).
Another plant just starting to bloom is Drummond Phlox (Phlox drummondii).
Passionflower vine has its’ first flower.
Passionflower vine also has many Gulf Fritillary Butterfly Caterpillars.
This poppy bud represents a promise. They are saying they will bloom, just not yet.