How was your weekend? It was rainy and cool here, but I'm not complaining. I love the rain, especially this time of year when the garden is coming to life. How exciting! Today the sky has cleared and a pretty blue sky and warm sun is drawing me out. I took a little trip around the garden and found a few things blooming...
I don't know why I don't have more daffodils. I think I should have moved many of them because they were being overgrown by monkey grass and tree roots. I'll have fun planting more this fall though!
There are also many plants putting on new growth. I LOVE the leaves of columbine, especially after a rain when it holds silvery water droplets.
Another plant whose leaves are lovely is sedum, it also sparkles with droplets held on it's leaves...
This little blue evergreen has survived the winter and looks healthy. I can't wait to plant around it.
Lillies!!! I'm not sure what they are, I don't even remember planting them! Be still my heart!!!
Foxglove looking fabulous!
Now I know the next picture doesn't look like much, but here's the thing...I only had ONE survive as of fall. Now there are 3 new ones (can you feel my excitement?)!
Now I mustn't forget it's Mosaic Monday so here are a few to enjoy...
I hope to spend some time in the garden today, pulling a few weeds. I hope you have a wonderful Monday. I am joining The Little Red House for Mosaic Monday. Thanks for stopping by!