Took these this morning....
These are peach blossoms. The trees are very young yet, so I'll be surprised if we get any fruit from them.
This is Jessamine, native to the US Southern states, namely South Carolina, but widespread from Texas to Florida.
My azalea shrubs...I planted these in memory of my grandmother, who grew the most gorgeous and biggest azaleas I'd ever seen, down in Houston. My shrubs are only a year old, but I hope they grow like Grandma's did.
And this is either daffodils or narcissus...I didn't plant these, they're here because of our house's previous owner. They're cute, but I may replace them later with some big ol' monster irises.
My roses are still very small, but I can't wait until they start showing! I love growing hybrid tea roses, the really big long-stemmed ones you can smell from twenty feet away.
Nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae fuit. -Seneca