Bloom Day Bliss

Here in the Mid-Atlantic USA (USDA zone 7) on the DC-MD border, the past month started off wet. The monsoons of May continued and then abruptly stopped earlier this week. Now, it is hot, dry, and windy.

The weeds are booming, fortunately so are my flowering plants. They include those pictured above... from top left going clockwise, they are: common Milkweed, Campanula 'Pink Chimes'***, Hydrangea 'Invincibelle Spirit', and Supertunia Latte (petunia hybrid). 

...and from a quick glance out my office window: Astilbe, Clematis, Daylily, Hosta, and Waterlily, plus much more... Ah, true spring at last!

It is the 15th of the month, which means Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day again. To view links to other garden bloggers' blooms around the world to see what it blooming in their gardens today and to read their collective comments, go to:

So what is blooming in YOUR garden today?

***I think. This was a pass-along plant so am not sure of its origin or ID.

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