We still have a threat of frost almost up to June 1st here in Northern Minnesota (and sometimes even after that). I always try to push it though, and end up having to cover and carry in plants!
Not much is blooming here in the perennial border.
The yellow cushion spurge is blooming...
The variegated Solomon's Seal is ready to bloom any day...
The ajuga is beautiful...
My creeping phlox and forget me nots are not very lush this year but they are blooming.
I purchased a chicken feeder at an antiques store for $13.50. I love planting in galvanized pails and tubs too. I think I will put a larger trailing plant in the top and more hens and chicks in the tray.
I bought this rustic little bird house at our church's Pie and Perennial Sale yesterday.
Also from the church's sale, a rustic bird house plant pick complete with lichens.
Do you remember this garden angel from one of my previous thrifty shopping posts?
I "de-cute-sified" her a little. The heart on her wing is gone and so is the birdhouse. I added an engraved spoon with "Bless the Blooms". Much better!
Lastly, no fairies at the kitchen fairy garden yet, but the squirrels have visited quite a few times and chewed down the moonbeam viola!
Not a blossom is left!
Enjoy your day! Hope you can spend at least part of it "outdoors".