Spring is evolving in leaps and bounds in the garden and a walk around in the morning with my camera produced some worthy blooms to share.
The unopened flowers of solomon's seal look like long toes dangling on an arching stem and the tiny flowers of viburnum lantana mimic a pincushion full of tiny yellow pin heads.
Forget-me-nots on the left and the similar blue flowers of a brunnera on the right.
The common lilac on the left is from a neighbour's yard but on the right is the result of 5 years of waiting for 'Beauty of Moscow' to finally flower. It was a catalogue order so you can imagine how small the shrub was when it arrived in the mail and each year the rabbits have pruned off the flowers until a few branches became too tall for them to reach.
There are a lot of pinks in the garden from the pelargonium on the top to the fading apple blossoms and a new tulip I planted last year.
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