There’s so much going on in the garden now, it’s hard to know where to start. The ferns are looking fabulous, and one of our favorites is the native Dryopteris x australis. Yes, “australis” means from the south. This 3-4′ tall fern grows well in moist or fairly dry soils. Here’s the clump beside our shipping office.
Epimedium ‘Splish Splash’ is in its second flowering spurt of the spring. This re-flowering Plant Delights introduction is really quite special, both in foliage and in flower.
Here’s our clump of Baptisia ‘Pink Truffles’ from the breeding work of our friend Hans Hansen at Walters Gardens. This is the first named pink flowered baptisia….we are very pleased with its performance.Clematis recta ‘Lime Close’ has been amazing this spring. For years, I was under the mistaken impression that this wouldn’t grow in our heat…I was very wrong. The non-vining Clematis ‘Lime Close’ is often sold under the marketing name Serious Black. I love this plant!