Lots of flowers--you might get bored. The last Peony of the year above--'Misaka', hiding under the leaves.
Rose 'Golden Celebration' from one of the new plants purchased last year:
Calylophus 'Southern Belle' is a fine companion for Agaves:
laxa 'Queen Fabiola' begins its six or seven week bloom time. This cormous plant is native to parts of California. Photobombed by a couple of Cerinthe stems on the right:
Please don't die of bloom-exhaustion. Please grow some foliage, strengthen, and live to bloom next spring. You stun the eyes.
Iris 'Thornbird' is described as "Standards pale ecru; falls greenish tan". This one started out a greenish steel-grey. It turned a clear pale yellow with deep purple veining, and photographed peach-y. Cool!
...Begonia 'Irene Nuss' will be in full flower...
...and the Trachelium will flower, if the rabbits don't eat them all.
Happy May Flowers!