My forsythia bomb.
The honeysuckle on my arch is only just leafing out. Eventually last year's bird nest will be obscurbed by vines, leaves, and floweres.
White snake's head fritillary.
The purple fritillary.
Irresistable "inside the flower" shot.
The monarda (bee balm), native to America, will surround this statue later in the season.
In addition to garden statues, I collect rocks shaped like the state of New Hampshire.
In the non-cultivated category of flower, some wild bluets growing outside the garden boundary wall.
And in the houseplant category, the jasmine I grew from a cutting taken from my mother's plant is both lovely and exquisitely scented.
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