Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Early May 2014 Garden

Let's see what's been blooming in the garden, shall we?

Bergenia "Pink Dragonfly"

Brunnera "Jack Frost

mixed Grape Hyacinths



Pulmonaria "Raspberry Splash"

close-up of Pulmonaria (aka Lungwort) flowers

mixed Hyacinths

mixed Daffodils (the one in the middle was feeling shy, I guess)

Hellebore (I don't remember the variety)

Hellebore (aka Lenten Rose) bloom

Ok, this hosta isn't blooming, but the water droplets look so cool.

I have an old English D (for the Detroit Tigers, of course) that my parents gave me.

Thanks for joining me on today's garden tour!


  1. So pretty. I live on top of a giant slab of concrete so flowers are a bit more of a rarity in my hood, but there's a park nearby with lots of daffodils in bloom. That's kind of nice. Not as magnificent as your many hyacinths though.

  2. This is the first year we've had hyacinths, and we're enjoying them so much that my husband and I have decided we need more.

  3. Absolutely beautiful! I love all of them but I have to say the "Jack Frost" is my favorite!

  4. The flowers on that one are soooo sweet!

  5. Ingrid, What wonderful color you have in your garden! Such an interesting variety, too. Lovely. Thanks for sharing them.

  6. Thank you! I think I will start trying to include photos that give an overview of the garden now that the plants are more than just little sprouts. Hopefully this will also help me keep track of what is where and when it blooms!
    Thanks for reading!