One remarkable feature of mild-winter gardening is the plants that seem to have no end to their natural bloom season. High on the list from this garden is Russelia equisetiformis "Big Red". With a healthy feeding every couple of weeks it continues to turn out hundreds of bright scarlet trumpets, thus...
In the Center Bed, "Sterling Silver" is once more in full bloom. This hybrid tea has a definite bloom cycle, with a strong flush of bloom followed by a pause, followed by new growth, completed with another burst of bloom.
Aquilegia desertorum. Despite being planted only last March (and it was a very small plant when it arrived) it has already produced several blooms and is clearly not done yet. In fact, it is said to continue blooming for months.
Carol's May Dreams Garden, where many other gardenfuls of flowers can be visited.