It has been a busy week of weeding and mulching the garden but there is more to do, always more. Several hours before dawn we awoke to a powerful lightning storm but it carried little rain so far. I ventured outside around eight o’clock to secure the tarp covering my mulch and to catch a few quick pictures.
In the past couple days the spirea has opened even more fully.
Muscari is finally visible above the greenery of this bulbs planted in 2018.
Anemones are awesome flowers. I have planted many over the years but few actually have made it to this stage. These were planted several years ago.
More of the cerinthe flowers have opened. Hope they seed all around.
Candytuft is one of my favorite groundcovers. This is a small patch planted 20 years ago in a front sidewalk border. Try as I might I cannot seem to get it to thrive in other areas of the garden for very long.
Have a safe and happy weekend.