Spring Blooming Flowers 5-27-2014

imageAnother day of asparagus harvesting. Yummy!!


The next day!

imageAzalea ‘Karens’

imageViburnum lantana ‘Mohican’

Koreanspice viburnum – Viburnum carlesii

imagePyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’ – Chanticleer Pear

imageMalus – Crabapple (not sure what species)


Arisaema triphyllum – jack-in-the-pulpit, bog onion, brown dragon, Indian turnip, American wake robin, or wild turnip


Chaenomeles japonica ‘Texas Scarlet’ – Quince

Β© Ilex – Midwestern Plants

5 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 5-27-2014

    • I would say it has a fragrance, although not exactly pleasant, IMO.
      If you want a powerful, sweet smell, go for the Koreanspice viburnum or the Fragrant viburnum (not pictured). I can cut just one flower for my desk & it stinks up the room =-)


      • Thanks for your reply. When I grew up, we had two wonderful viburnum bushes in the backyard. The flowers had a most beautiful scent. I think the variety had the nickname “fragrant snowball”. Your Mohican looks very similar.


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