I'm noticing a few flowers on my Jasminium beesianum.
My two Weigelas are so full of blooms you can barely see the foliage!
|Weigela florida 'Varigata'|
I found this Lychnis when I was nursery hopping with my sister. I love it.
|Aquilegia 'Nora Barlow'|
There are several ruby-red blossoms on my Grevillea.
|Grivillea rosemarinfolia blossom|
|The entire plant|
One of the very first plants that went into my garden back in 1997 was this rose. I'm not much of a yellow fan but Rosa 'King Tut' is such a sweet thing, I allow it to stay.
|Rosa 'King Tut'|
In the garden, this Lychnis is really spreading out. It blooms faithfully every spring, then keeps its green understory the rest of the year.
|From the opposite angle.|
Phlox pilosa or Gail's "Practically Perfect Pink Phlox." It smells like deliciously sweet cloves.
And for foliage, oh my I could post a hundred photos! But I'll keep it brief.
|Acer palmatum 'Ben Hime'|
|Acer palmatum 'Seiryu'|
Finally, there are baby mushrooms sharing the stage with the colorful foliage of Fuchsia 'Island Sunset'
|Fuchsia 'Island Sunset' and frog umbrellas.|