Beacon Hill: Three Mid April Bloomers

The early spring flowers are mostly finished in the Beacon Hill Garden. A warm start to 2015 made for early blooming.

The colorful Flowering Currant is spent, and Daffodils are done for the year. No matter, enjoy theses photos of a blooming tree, shrub, and Wallflowers on Beacon Hill.

Lavender Twist Tree2

The Beacon Hill garden provides a colorful frame for the Lavender Twist Weeping Red Bud tree.

 

Wallflowers

Erysimum or Wallflowers – Curtis grew these from seed. The simple flowers last a long time and provide needed spring color after the bulbs are spent. Most of mine are yellow, but they come in other colors.

Carol Mackie Daphne

Spring flowers are not the coolest part of this Carol Mackie Daphne. The summer foliage is deep green with light yellow trim.

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