It's a glorious morning and my garden is beginning it's full bloom.
Siberian Iris are beginning to multiply nicely and if you look closely, you'll see slender purple buds getting ready to open in June.
To the left is Rudbeckia. That won't flower for awhile. Lamb's Ear in the right foreground.
These Azaleas were here when I came to this house in 1970. I expect they could be upwards of 60 years old. I've cut them almost to the ground many times.....and they've always given me beautiful blossoms every spring!