We’re sort of in an intermediary stage of blooming between seasons. Gone are the tulips, the daffodils, and the cherry blossoms. Wisteria are the talk of the town, now, as well as the globe shaped, purple Allium, siting atop their tall, slender stalks. Rhododendrons hang around the longest, but some of the earliest blooming ones have wilted away, creating a sea of pink petals below them. Oh, and yes, let’s not forget the incredible beauty of blooming Irises and Calla Lilies, among others!
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