It's evening and I just came from sitting on the porch watching the rain pouring down. It was forecast for today but waited until after supper to begin. That meant I was able to be outside puttering away getting small jobs done all the time looking what was getting ready to burst into bloom. The Peony is almost there as well as the huge old Mock Orange. All we need is some sunshine but this Spring sunshine isn't something we've had much of.
A couple of years ago I planted some Nectaroscordum bulbs in Fall and they still come up in Spring and last a few weeks. They get quite tall and I didn't stake them properly so some broke off. These are also known as Sicilian honey garlic and are related to Alliums. Here's what I found on the internet:
So far no volunteers have grown but I wouldn't mind if some did appear next Spring. They certainly are very different.
I hope you have a pleasant weekend. Thanks for visiting, GM