This morning I took an early morning stroll through my garden. Please come with me and enjoy the highlights of the garden in May.
Years ago we transplanted this Doublefile Viburnum to the front yard. Each May it is abundant with beautiful white flowers.
The globes of Purple Sensation Allium never fail to delight.
Tulip Maureen is late blooming; I love the fresh contrast of white against green.
English Bluebells accentuate the bed behind the urn.
The scarlet blooms of the Tree Peony are a lovely contrast to a Doublefile Viburnum.
Corydalis, with fern-like foliage and dainty yellow flowers along with the golden hue of Japanese Forest Grass soften the stone steps.
Each new gardening season brings the delight of anticipating garden gifts:
The Corydalis reseeded itself in the stone walls.
Columbine plants growing in the garden below now grow on top of the stone patio.
Japanese Painted Fern: a beautiful contrast to the gray stone wall.
A garden gift for you: