Spring flowering shrubs always bring joy to the gardener, This was a particularly hard winter and most of the Azaleas made it through.
An unusual Azalea with sort of a water mark.
These, there are two, Azaleas have some blossoms which are not only white, but pink and white.
A very leggy specimen
An Azalea with orange blossoms, and is flowered loosely.
A cascading form
More Bleeding Hearts
A bi-annual, the flowering stage of the Sliver Dollar Plant.
An Azalea with a tree like habbit
These flowers are small but almost glow
The white Bleeding Heart
The flowers on this Azalea are large
The two pictures above show the habit which is cascading, and the very compact and explosive crowded nature of its blooms
Lastly, a Japanese Painted Fern which is a dark pink. Flowering shrubs can last decades, and truly add to the color of the Spring garden.