Substantial early morning rain left the garden soggy and provided a good excuse to put weeding chores on hold. The day reached a lovely 76 degrees with sun and clouds trading places throughout the afternoon.
One little flower has popped open on the native Eastern Redbud. After tomorrow’s projected eighty-degree warmth more will probably be encouraged to follow suit.
A grocery store hydrangea has lived on the screened porch for three or four seasons, while year after year nice quality nursery ones have failed to survive in the garden. I will keep trying to get one established in the garden proper, meanwhile this little faithful one lives on in its original pot.
Iberis Sempervirens (Candytuft) is planted in several places around the garden. The structure of this flower is captivating and its pure white draws me in. This one is probably ‘Alexander’s White.’
Thanks very much.
Iberis always seem simple little plants, but close up they are complex – so many patterns and shapes to find. That is a great shot.
I appreciate it! Thanks.
You are lucky to have warm temperatures….here in the Pacific Northwest it snowed yesterday and is dumping rain today….yuck! Love the color on the redbud! Happy gardening,
Thanks for stopping by Elaine. Hope you’ll see some warmer and sunny days soon. NC has had a very mild winter and everything seems to be two-three weeks ahead of last year.