Even though we are just in the beginning of May, there are already some great colours around.
The colour yellow is very eye-catching. I have to admit, that I'm not particularly keen on yellow, but during spring-time it's just great when Primula veris shine like small rays of sun:
And this Spring, I'm also amazed by the huge bunches of yellow flowers on the Mahonia bush:
However, I adore the colour blue - it's my favourite colour! The Grape Hyacinths are so very blue and so very lovely:
The Caucasian Forget-me-not is at its best right now. Tiny, blue flowers seem to fly above the very decorative foliage of 'Jack Frost'.
Blue and pink are the colours of the Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain'. Its silvery foliage look great underneath the colourful flowers.
The ground-covering Aubretia is also bluish - almost pink. Two years ago my Aubretias were just tiny, tiny seeds - and just look at them now!
Behind the Aubretia you can see the white Iberis sempervirens. Its white flowers are delightful! As are the white daffodils. Sir Winston Churchill is a favourite - such a pretty and very fragrant flower!
Wouldn't the world be a duller place without the colours of our gardens? /Katarina