Spring is still holding….
So Relic would like to take you on another tour of our greening world. We still can’t do much – the ground is far too muddy, but both of us enjoy poking around.
Bulbs continue to poke up here and there, though I still can’t tell what anything is. Except that bottom photo – I’m pretty sure those are grape hyacinths!
Many of the summer blooming perennials are really getting going – Clockwise from top… Campanula, Dianthans, Bee Balm and Speedwell.
I thought this Leopard’s Bane I bought last year was toast (it didn’t like the humid summer) but the roots must have taken because it’s popped back up.
This Bachelor Buttons is a favourite of the bees, so I’m happy to see these tiny, fern-like leaves emerging.
And I love seeing the rosettes of the sedum start to emerge. I’d love to snag some different shades of sedum this year.
Maybe in a week or two we’ll be able to get in there and clean out all the dead stuff, and the green can really start to thrive…