This tapestry of foliage is enlivened by the brightly colored flowers of Helianthemum 'Henfield Brilliant' whose yellow eye harmonizes swimmingly with the yellow variegated foliage of Abelia g. 'Sunrise'
Among the most asked about plants in my garden in May are the Alliums. I have several different varieties that I grow. Pictured is Allium 'Globemaster' just as it is emerging from bud; it will ultimately expand to a dramatic sphere 8-10" across.
I am growing other May-blooming Alliums as well; perhaps slightly less dramatic, but also very desirable: A.christophii, A. schubertii, A. 'Purple Sensation', and A. 'Mt. Everest' (a white blooming selection).
In addition to the showy blooms, the seedheads provide interest after the flowers fade.
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