On Mother's Day I was delighted when Annie gave me a Circle Trellis to be used by our newest gate.
She is such a sweet girl. My Dearly Beloved got it set into place for me.
I think it makes the gate stand out even more. After that holly on the right gets finished blooming I will give it a good cut back and it will all be even more visible from this side.
I got the rose, Golden Showers, tied up right away and as you can see it has started blooming.
This is from a rose that died to the ground this winter.
I think it is an amazing come back. A few more buds to come too.
This rose doesn't have a fragrance but the double mock orange right next to it makes enough fragrance for both of them. It is also beginning to bloom.
Down the path toward the Forgotten Corner the huge Viburnum dentatum ‘Arrowood' is blooming up a storm too. It is making a natural arch right beside the cattle panel arch. These blooms are beginning to fade making what looks like tiny snow flakes on the moss.
Just off the patio where the path splits the Honeysuckle standard is blooming it's head off.
At times like this I wish this was right outside of the patio doors so I could see it more often during times like this. It seems that I want everything right outside the patio doors. We know that won't happen. I will have to give the standard a hair cut after it blooms. It really set a lot of blooms with all the rain this spring.
Another plant that has done it's best this spring is the Variegated Weigela.
Do you have a plant or two that is performing it's best this spring?