These are Red Cored Chantenay Carrots in the barrel planter.
This peony is just opening and is very fragrant;
wish they all were but they are not.
Wabash is still looking very sharp.
Unknown heirloom iris. This one was here when we moved in 1992. The previous owner said she got it from another neighbor and they used them in her daughter's wedding so I am guessing 45 years at least.
This is what happens when it rains and the iris are heavily laden with blooms.
Swingtown iris and peonies in Well House bed.
That is Old Blush rose near the other building. The lilies aren't quite there yet.
This clump of iris is Bride's Halo. It is on the east side of the driveway entrance. I recently uncovered it from the Cheat Grass (note more in the ditch).
Close up of Bride's Halo. I love this one!
One of my few remaining roses. It is a Dr. Griffiths but I don't recall the name....Prairie something or the other.
Should be lots of poppies later .
I believe this is rosa 'Felicia', very fragrant. A
Hybrid Musk type.