U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Spring Blooms In My Garden

These are some of the spring blooms in my garden, zone 7b, state of Washington.

From left to right: Oxalis (pink), Vinka minor, Solomon Seal, Euphorbia 'Ruby Glow', Corydalis 'Berry Exciting', Tulips 'Cassini', Trillium kurabayashii 'Giant Red', Bluebells, Labrador Violet, Forget-Me-Not, Native Bleeding Heart (Dicentra formosa),  Primula kisoana, Lewisia hybrid, Trillium grandiflorum 'Eastern White', Native Plant (Unknown to me), Anemone, Pansies Mix, Pansie.
I am especially glad to see the second blooms on my trilliums. Both of them are relatively new additions to the little shade garden and had only one bloom each last year.
 Trillium grandiflorum 'Eastern White'

The tag of this trillium says 'Trillium kurabayshii Giant Red'.
I love the markings on its leaves!
***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS


  1. Tatiana, I' m glad to see in your garden the well known flowers in Russia. such as bluebells, bleeding hearts, violets, primoroses and anemones (my anemones couldn't survive last winter). They are well maintained. Happy spring!

  2. As always its a pleasure reading your wonderful blogs Tatyana.

    I like your garden college its beautiful .

    Trilliums are stunning I too have many trilliums growing in my garden .

  3. Gorgeous selection of blooms Tatyana! But the Trillium steals the show anytime :)

  4. You have some real beauties unknown to me. Thank you for this wonderful collection.


  5. So many blooms! What a dream. I love those Trilliums. I've wanted those for my garden for a while now. Since they like shade, they should do well here.

  6. Gorgeous selection of spring blooms. Love those trilliums! I also really like the combo of trillium with heuchera. Very nice!

  7. I really love the extra height you get out of your tulips with your beautiful pots. I wish ours would overwinter here, so I could do the same. Might have to experiment next year...

  8. Simply a feast for the eyes! I particularly like the red tulips...gorgeous.

  9. That Corydalis is BERRY EXCITING indeed!!! love it.

  10. What an exciting time of the year.
    Spring causes lots & lots of flowers to bloom and the best part - most of your blooms are gloriously blue!

  11. I love the Trillium's Tatyana. The red has such pretty foliage but I love those white blooms on the Eastern Trillium.

  12. Spring is so beautiful in your garden, and mine! It's always hard for me to decide which season of the garden that I like best. I guess I could say, whatever season it is at present!


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