The blues are a cause for happiness when they're blooms in your garden, and especially so when they're agapanthus. 'Belinda's Dream' rose in the background.
For some reason the agapanthus on this side of the yard have gotten a jump start on the ones out by the fence. Agapanthus are a great full sun plant in my yard, but they can also be grown successfully in part sun.
The plants by the fence are clearly slower, but they're making up for it in height.
Old fashioned, 'Lemon' daylilies are another full sun plant that thrive in my front yard.
More blue across the way... hydrangea shrubs.
Hopefully, one day this clematis will cover up the chicken wire. Here in Florida, they're never going to perform as they do further north, but I still enjoy them.
The last of the blues...'Black and Blue', Salvia guaranitica. She's a spreader, but not too hard to control.
Not blue, but my first Gloriosa Lily bloom of the season...inside the vegetable garden.
Also just beginning to bloom, Bleeding Heart Vines...
This Desert Rose is nearly always blooming, very easy plant if it doesn't get over watered. I bought a new one the other day that has purple blooms, but they fell off before I got a picture so she'll make her debut later.
Like the Desert Rose, the Tibouchinas are in bloom nearly constantly.
Gulf Fritillary visiting a Zinnia...
I hope your gardens are full of blooms in all your favorite colors.