A single white Atamasca Lily (above) is blooming at the top edge of the rain garden. The flowers in the top row below are in the front garden and the second row is in the back. The bird statue with the Green Anole lizard on it is in the front yard, backed by Mediterranean Spurge.

A Blueberry Digger Bee visits the Carolina Jasmine which grows on a trellis next to the front door.

The Bloodroot survived having a helper pile branches on top of them through the winter. I went looking for the Bloodroot when I saw some blooming in a nearby garden. I saw the metal label at the end of a branch pile and moved the wood just in time.