|Daphne bloomed with sweet perfume from May 25 - June 4|
More transplanting on Saturday morning, and later in the week... Moving this here, that to there. Hostas, astilbes, toad lilies and the dwarf cedars all found new homes. Nana Aurea, Golden Cypress and mugo pine could have been transplanted last autumn, but I didn't want to disturb the toad lily or carpet of nasturtium.
Now, poking nasturtium seeds into the dirt, I'm a bit doubtful the miracle sprouts will appear in a few weeks as promised. How can such a small, hard, dry, little seed turn into such a colourful carpet?
The first poppies popped June 4th.
Also blooming this last week:
- foam flower
- lily of the valley
- may apple
- siberian bugloss
- sweet woodruff
- sweet cicily
- tulips nodding
- forget-me-nots fading
- white trillium turned pink and then withered to brown