I hardly know where to start here in my USDA Hardiness Zone 6a garden in central Indiana. We've had a wonderful spring, for the most part. There are flowers everywhere and lots of lush, green growth.
I'll start with a new-to-me-this-year flower, Clematis integrifolia. This is one of those clematis that isn't a vine, and so far this one is standing up on its own, unlike dear ol' Clematis integrifolia 'Alba', which is lying along the ground, calling out for some means of support.
|Clematis integrifolia 'Alba'|
This little dwarf columbine is only about six inches tall.
Nearby is this dark blue columbine.
I never let columbine seed go to waste, and the self-sown columbine all over the garden are a testament to that fact.
Another bulb I planted last year for the first time also showed up for bloom day.
What else is blooming here at May Dreams Gardens? Lilacs, of course. And daisies.
|Dianthus 'Bath's Pink'|
You get the idea. It's May in May Dreams Gardens.
What's blooming in your garden today for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day? Show us! We'd love to see whatever you have blooming. Who knows, you might have something blooming that we must all get!
It's easy to participate. Just post on your blog about what's blooming in your garden and then leave a comment here to tell us what you have for us to see, and then put a link to your post on the Mr. Linky widget.
Then say it with me, "We can have flowers nearly every month of the year." ~ Elizabeth Lawrence