Coral Bells and a reddish pink creeping phlox nestle below the Japanese Maple.
My tulips are just about past their peak of beauty, so I shot a few images of them before they were gone for another year. This variety is 'Pink Impression.'
This beauty is either 'Apricot Impression' or 'Salmon Impression.' I'm not exactly sure because they came as a mix.
This area is my front garden. It is beginning to fill in quite nicely and soon the bare spots will be covered with vegetation.
This area is on the south side of my driveway. My husband and son just cut back the encroaching grass last weekend, so now I can add a few more plants to fill the area with color and texture.
In my fountain garden, lavender-colored creeping phlox spills over the beds and is so beautiful this time of year.
In my backyard, the white candytuft really adds brightness to the bed. The red and purple tulip "lipstick" blend and chartreuse green spirea give this bed a pop of color. Stella Del Oro daylilies in the background have not made their debut yet.
This is the backside of the tulips looking toward the street. Everytime I look out my front window, I smile.
The 'Stawberries and Cream' variegated grass is beginning to emerge and will be a couple feet taller by the end of summer.