The Mid-Spring Garden

Garden Pictures May 15. There’s nothing like early morning light to appreciate the Spring garden!

Alchemilla mollis

Alchemilla mollis

Cotinus

Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’

Allium 'Purple Sensation'

Allium ‘Purple Sensation’

Aquilega (Columbine ) with Rhodo 'Will Brit' in the background

Aquilega (Columbine ) with Rhodo ‘Will Brit’ in the background

Tiniest columbine ever.

Tiniest Columbine ever. That’s Lily-of-the-Valley beside it so you can gauge the size.

Favourite  bearded iris.

Favourite bearded iris. They’re only about 12″ tall.

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LEss favourite bearded iris. All of my irises were given by friends, none have cultivar names.

Less favourite bearded iris. All of my irises were gifted by friends, none have cultivar names.

Red twig dogwood (Cornus sericea) has pretty insignificant flowers. But when you look at them this close-up, they're lovely.

Red twig dogwood (Cornus sericea) has pretty insignificant flowers. But when you look at them this close-up, they’re lovely.

Solomon's seal (Polygonatum).

Solomon’s seal (Polygonatum).

Polygonatum

Polygonatum

Clematis montana

Clematis montana

Hosta, cultivar name lost in the sands of time.

Hosta, cultivar name lost in the sands of time.

Persimmon tree

Persimmon tree in early morning light.

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