April Blooms in the Mailbox Garden
We'll start the garden tour with the mailbox garden! It's changed a lot over the years but still has some of the same plants like:
'May Night' salvia
Creeping Phlox with Pansies
'Homestead Purple' Verbena'Homestead Purple' Verbena is a staple in my garden and is propagated every year to spread around as a filler.
Creeping Phlox, Dianthus, 'May Night' salvia, Verbena in a wider photo shot.
The Front Gardens
More Creeping Phlox
The Corner Shade Garden
It's a sterile hybrid of the Japanese dogwoods (Cornus kousa) and our native Cornus florida.
Ajuga - Bugle Weed
Solomon's Seal (toward front) and Hellebore (Lenton Rose) in center.
Photos From a Few Other Gardens
Red Honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens)
This the native honeysuckle!
Still kinda green!
'Shasta' Viburnum (on left) and Lunaria - Moneyplant toward center next to a hosta.
That's it for today! I didn't take pictures of the strawberries - they deserve their own post!
Stop by Carol's blog for more April blooms.