We have a lot of peonies. If I don't get them all staked with cages soon, it will be too late.
The trouble with cleaning up a garden you've never seen in the spring is that you don't know what is coming up. I very nearly did away with this huge area of grape hyacinths in my fervor to rid the garden of unwanted grass. Thankfully, just in time, I notice the little tiny flowers starting. They are all blooming brilliantly now.
Who can tell me what this bush is? I am absolutely in love with it. It is covered with pink flowers that look very rose like, but they are not roses. It does need a good trimming to clear out old and dead wood after it blooms.