Grevilleas throughout the garden are blooming with abandon.
|Grevillea 'Ned Kelly'|
|Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream'|
But Grevillea isn't the only genus in full production mode.
|Alstroemerias: noID coral, noID pink, and dwarf white 'Princess Claire'|
|Coleonemas: C. album and C. pulchellum 'Sunset Gold'|
|Gazanias: 'White Flame' (top). 'Gold Flame' (bottom, left) and 'Sunbather Otomi' (bottom, right)|
|Pelargoniums, clockwise from upper left: 'Oldbury Duet', 'Golf Ball', noID double P. peltatum, 'Georgia Peach', P. tomentosum, and 'White Lady'|
|Roses, clockwise from upper left: 'Medallion', 'Butter Cream', 'Joseph's Coat', 'Mutabilis', 'Pink Meidiland', noID white, 'Ebb Tide', and no ID lavender-pink|
There's color wherever I look.
|Achillea 'Moonshine' surrounded by Geranium 'Tiny Monster' and Lobularia maritima|
|Anagallis 'Wildcat Mandarin' and Arctotis 'Pink Sugar' (photobombed by Ozothamnus diosmifolius)|
|The pink Argyrantemum frutescens doesn't fit well here but it'll stay for now. Surrounding it are white Argyranthemum, Osteospermum 'Berry White', and Lavandula stoechas 'Sugarberry Ruffles'|
|Carpenteria californica with a carpet of Euphorbia 'Dean's Hybrid' at its feet|
|Convolvulus sabatius 'Moroccan Beauty' intermingled with Brachyscome 'Enduring Blue'|
|Leucadendron 'Pisa' underplanted with Solanum xanti, Salvia 'Amistad' and Cotula lineariloba 'Big Yellow Moon'|
|Lupinus propinquus swallowing Felicia aethiopica|
|Pansies (planted when I thought El Niño was meant to bring us rain) and Prunella grandiflora 'Freelander Blue'|
|The unusual blooms of Salvia lanceolata|
Finally, here are some blooms I couldn't bring myself to ignore entirely:
For more April blooms, visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens, our host for Garden bloggers' Bloom Day.
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