Tulipa clusiana) continued to catch my eye. And I finally worked up the courage to check the birdhouse which seemed to have the Chickadee's interest and discovered five eggs inside.
Abutilon pictum 'Thompsonii'. If anyone can accurately identify, please let me know.
Five Fuzzy Wuzzy Lamb's Ears (Stachys byzantina ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy’) spread along the back garden path,
Oxalis crassipes 'Alba') amongst the 'Burgundy Glow' Ajuga,
Oxalis crassipes 'Rosea') around the base of the Mountain Sage (Salvia regla).
Symphoricarpos orbiculatus) - yet another adventure in rock removal. Ended up with 3 dense, heavy chunks of limestone, each slightly larger than a shoebox, along with several smaller pieces. Of all the rock in my landscape used as stepping stones, waterfall ledges, borders or simply points of interest, 95% of it actually came from the yard itself.
Tired but content, I got to finish the day's work sipping iced water and enjoying the blooms of the Orange Kaffir Lily (Clivia miniata) that have slowly begun opening. Looking forward to what the season brings...