My primrose is still showing off beautifully. .
And the Sweet Woodruff is hitting it's prime. Such a pretty old-fashioned plant.
Here's one of my Mountain Bluet (or Bachelor Button) buds getting ready to open soon. (Excuse the blur but I was taking these pictures just before running off to work.).
I'm impressed with the intense color of the Aguga (Bugleweed); I think it's a very jolly little groundcover! (That's the only word that really describes my feeling about this plant.).
This is, I believe, a Monkshood (Aconitum) plant. I bought this one from a plant sale & am unsure of the genus and color. So, being the reckless "Devil-may-Care" kind of gal that I am, I'm going to assume it's the common blue Monkshood. (How daring of me!!) It's always exciting to have some mystery in your plantings, don't you agree! It's adds an extra air of excitement to one's life!! (One's obviously really boring & uneventful life!).
And here's the first open bud on what I call Wild Geranium. (They grow anywhere, in anything and smell divine!) .
I'm still able to enjoy the Forget-Me-Not's last hurrah. .