A garden tour from this Easter afternoon:
Viburnum buds continue to progress. And I realize just how many ornamental grasses I have based on their need to constantly photo bomb:
See what I mean?
What is interesting with these Mt Hood daffodils is how the trumpets start off yellow and eventually settle in pure white:
The Summer Snowflake blooms are appearing in bunches now, but I was more intrigued by the early evening sun on these bulbs:
More and more leafing out on the trees:
The lilac shrubs have shown signs of life for the first time:
The peonies continue to emerge and unfurl:
I planted two Leymus (Blue Lyme Grass) ‘Blue Dune’ in containers last summer and let them overwinter outdoors. They didn’t take long to appear again this spring:
The Dappled Willow (Salix ‘Hakuro-nishiki’) has fully leafed out and looks better than ever:
The tulips I overwintered in the garage actually bloomed (yeah buddy) so I made sure to bring them indoors where they could be gleefully ogled:
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend.
Ours was kind of awesome.