It has been such a busy week and I am sure many of us have been working nonstop to get plants into the garden. I have been especially concerned about the plants I started from seed that I hardened off but were so crowded in their containers.
I have not been able to keep up with blogging and digging but I am sure things will calm down when everything is finally in the ground.
I love Bleeding Heart in the spring garden, impressive and dainty at the same time!
This season they are huge at least three feet tall and three feet wide. They stay green a long time after flowering, do not cut down until they turn yellow.
Things are beginning to pop on the north side of the house, Solomon's Seal, Astilbe and Dinosaur Fern.
Muscari Blue Spike
Muscaris are very different in their shapes, leaf structures and their blooming times and also their colors.
Tulip Tangerine Beauty
I kept my tropicals in the house over the winter. This is the Croton and it looks pretty good for not being in a tropical environment.
Agave in the same tropical container overwintered in the house.