|the few daffodils I remembered to plant are still providing bright patches of yellow|
|this pieris has lost most of its pink flowers, but the new red leaves are growing|
|I'm still waiting for the other pieris to flower|
|the first flower on the strawberry plants|
|the raspberry canes are showing the promise of a good crop|
In addition to these, the euonymus and the red stemmed dogwood have starting producing their flowers. The summer snowflakes are nearly over, there's only one left flowering, and some of the heathers are over their best for this year. The cotoneaster still has a few berries but it's looking a bit bedraggled following the last storm. The neighbour's honeysuckle, which grows over the fence, has plenty of new growth, the spirea and the photinias seem to be happy where I've planted them and all three clematis plants have plenty of buds so should give a good display.
Linking with Sandie's 5 in 5.