Too much to squeeze in for there to be much commentary. Just enjoy the colours, the forms and the glory of what a garden can do for the soul...
Erythroniums. Grow in large shallow bowl, semi-shade. Wonderful.
The wonderful perennial honesty [not to be confused with the common biennial honesty.] This one is powerfully scented and makes a large clump.
Clematis on the arbour in the perennial garden.
Strange plant. Name lost.
Exochorda macrantha 'The Bride'
This is Camellia 'Ruby Wedding'. It was a gift. You'll never guess when!
A shade loving daphne just catching the late afternoon sunshine. Variety of daphne odora.
Our fritillarias at their best.
A rare allium our son gave us. I can't remember the name. There'll be a name label buried with the plant but I'm loathe to disturb it. Only had it since last summer.
Ornamental pear. Small tree. Thorny.
Prunus amanogawa - compact fastigiate tree.
Zantedeschia. Just outside the house. Survives the winter but usually suffers some damage.
Crinodendron hookerianum from Chile. Will flower properly later but I like the buds too. Like little lanterns.
Coral bark maple.
Jeffersonia. Unusual leaves.
Schizostylis or Kaffir lily.
Veratrum: large ribbed leaves. Flowers later.
Pittosporum flowers are tiny. You probably wouldn't notice them.
And a white corydalis.
More next time...
...assuming lockdown continues...