Well it's too wet to work in the garden this morning so I'm sitting on the couch with my feet up sorting photos, instead. Here's what's happening out there right now:
In the front welcome garden, which you can see I still haven't finished mulching, has ornamental alliums, dwarf bearded iris, euphorbia (cushion spurge) and grape hyacinths in bloom. Yarrow and daisies are sporting big buds right now and I'm looking forward to them.
In the front entry garden, white is predominant with lots of anemone sylvestris and lily-of-the-valley. You can notice in the top right photos, the lily-of-the-valley is contained in a spot between the patio and the house foundation - perfect to keep it from spreading. There's also an alpine clematis in bloom (it was new last year and I'm looking forward to it covering the chimney some day) and the brunnera is finishing its bloom as well.
In the back shade garden, the tulips are still in bloom (everything's a little behind in this area because of the shade), plus white anemone sylvestris, pink bergenia, orange geums, yellow leopard's bane, and pink lamium.
In the adventure garden, the iceland poppies are still blooming although it's time to deadhead and start pulling some of them out before they take over. The dwarf bearded irises are finishing up here, and the ornamental alliums, sea thrift, and perennial geraniums are in bloom.