What’s Blooming? May 29, 2015

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Ceanothus and roses

 

 

 

 

My ceanothus and antique roses are putting on a pretty good show this week.  The ceanothus is typically a honey bee favorite for at least two or three weeks.  Cascara, horse chestnut, black locust, trailing blackberry, ninebark, red clover, white clover, foxglove and thimbleberry are blooming here as the first blackberry and sweet pea blossoms open.  In the garden, the asparagus, chives, comfrey, rhododendrons, and thyme are going to town. 

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