So if April showers bring May flowers, what do May snowstorms bring... other than gnashing of teeth? That's the weather forecast for the weekend here, though it's been lovely since Tuesday.
The Aquilegia jonesii seedlings (a potful) I bought last spring from Beaver Creek are coming up nicely... what teensy leaves!
This Pulsatilla vernalis seedling is blooming this year with something of a conjoined twin:
A much showier and different flower form on this Saxifraga oppositifolia (left) than the one I showed earlier (photo on the right). I believe the showier one was the division I was given by a friend from work - it will be amazing if/when the plant becomes more substantial:
Smelowskia calycina started from seed in 2012 - seems to be blooming enthusiastically enough, given that it's a very small plant:
Lupinus wyethii emerging and showing an interesting growth habit - seems to have multiplied itself:
The bloom is progressing on Arabis androsacea:
Besseya alpina - this is about as big as these ever get for me (that is to say, tiny):