What's in Bloom

1/29/2015 - 4:24:36 PM
This post was originally published on April 14, 2012.


Blueberries are blooming - YUM!


Brunnera macrophylla (False Forget-Me-Not) - Cheery blue flowers are great with bleeding heart.


Clematis montana - Almost ready to pop open!


Cornus florida 'Rubra' (Dogwood)


Dicentra spectabilis (Common Bleeding Heart) - This is an old favorite.


Erythronium 'Pagoda' (Dogtooth Violet) - This is a great woodland flower.  Beautiful!


Heuchera villosa seedlings (Fall Blooming Coral Bells) - Wonderful color variations.


Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon Grape Holly)


Pachysandra procumbens (Allegheny Spurge) - This is our native Pachysandra.  There are no pest or disease problems, plus wonderful mottled foliage.


Phlox subulata "Purple Beauty' (Moss Phlox) - Wonderful groundcover for full sun.


Purple Sage - This has overwintered in the garden for 3 years.  Wonderful color.


Senecio aureus (Golden Ragwort) - Sunny yellow flowers over glossy dark green foliage.  Prefers a moist site, but will tolerate average soil.


Can't forget the Strawberries.  Small fruits will be here soon.


Viola labradorica (Labrador Violet) - Our little native violet with dark purple leaves.
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