Monday, April 4, 2011

Rock Bank Gems

The amazing Jeffersonia dubia blooming its little heart out. As I was nearing the end of my last walk around the garden, I happened to look down upon this perfect plant coming into flower. I have a Jeffersonia diphylla in my garden, but as far as I know, this one is new to me.

This is a large, established clump of Corydalis chelianthifolia (the same that I saw in Sibylle's garden much earlier in the month). It turns out, I found this one seeding itself throughout the rock bank.


Cardamine quinquefolia.

Pulsatilla vulgaris

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