Todays blooms have a common theme, their star shaped. Bluestar Amsonia was added last year and this is the first time it has produced these pale blue flowers.
How about these amethyst alliums? Sometimes known as Star of Persia. Each flower head can hold up to 80 purple star shaped flowers. Another new addition in the fall of 2009.
These chartreuse yellow sedums glow without blooms, but when they flower their almost blinding. It even looked great all winter even though the weather dulled a bit. They look good in containers as a spiller plant too.
Okay and for my last new bloom this week I have a mystery bloom. I know I should remember the name, but it has slipped my mind. Any ideas? That way I can write it down this time. 🙂 To see more blooms or to join in this week please visit our gracious host Jean @ Ms Greenthumb.