Saturday, May 16, 2009


Thought I'd show you what's blooming in the Spring garden - mostly Primrose (primula) varieties - my favorite!

Double Cowslip 'Katy McSparron'.

A Primula Japonica peeking through Solomon's Seal. Also called 'Fairy Primrose'.

Primula sieboldii 'Pink Snowflake'.
Primula 'Freckles'.
My first Iris bloom this morning! This one's called 'Raspberry Blush'.

And, finally, my Strawberry patch in blossom!
I hope you have/had a wonderful day!


Anonymous said...

I've never seen a Solomon's Seal, Those are very pretty. They look like a mixture of Foxglove and Lily of the Valley.
I just planted foxglove today but my strawberries have yet to be planted.

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

What gorgeous plants! I love the primulas, used to grow them on Whidbey Island -- or rather, they grew themselves there, very beautifully! But you have so many lovely different plants blooming now!

Carrie said...

Your flowers are all very appealing. They're not the usual ones we always see.

Liz said...

Oh Sue! Your strawberries are doing so much better than mine! : )


Anonymous said...

Beautiful flowers. xxx