On Monday my friend Marilyn and I attended a Mother's Day Tea at Holly's Sweets and Treats. We signed up for the 3pm sitting and although Holly's is not a tea room, they put on a lovely afternoon tea.
Marilyn and I posing and some of the items for sale at Holly's.
This is National Wildflower Week so I'm sharing what I have in bloom so far.
Geum triflorum (prairie smoke) on the left with Caulophyllum thalictroides (blue cohosh - oops put the berries in by mistake) on the top and Sanguinaria canadensis (bloodroot) on the bottom.
Uvularia grandiflora on the left and Trillium luteum on the right.
I put the oriole feeder out one afternoon and the very next morning there was one eating the grape jelly that sits in the well.
The garden is changing every day now, some things in better shape after such a cold winter while others have not fared so well. I never mourn a plant that dies or plain disappears, it leaves a spot for something new.