There are precisely four plants blooming in my urban Central Texas plot today, and none too profusely, I might add.
A hybrid "Orange Sceptre" butterfly bush, which is a gangly 6 feet tall and as ugly as sin:
and a four-nerve daisy which was whipping around in the wind too fast to get a good shot. I guess some would say the Mainacht and Indigo Spires salvias are technically still blooming, but I wouldn't, thus, no photos.
Lookit, the Red Carpet sedum is living up to its name. It was bright green until the freeze hit a couple of weeks back.
Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, or GBBD for short. What's blooming in your garden?