Our cool spring continues to offer up its delights. Plants are on my mind so much these days that I had a dream last night about using a rare draba as collateral on a loan. Sick, I know.
Above is globularia velutina.
This is a slightly different form of silene uniflora than last week's. It has the good taste to produce a light pink flower to go with its bluish foliage.
Seedlings of saponaria ocymoides that decided to bloom this year. They self-seeded into this trough from a huge, now-deceased saponaria in the trough above.