The reblooming lilac, Boomerang lilacs, are just coming out now, while the traditional lilacs are finishing up. All of the lilac bushes did really well this spring, even the new ones just planted last year.
The deer didn’t totally eat the Japanese rose (Kerria japonica), so it is nicely full of flowers this spring.
There are a few wild honeysuckle bushes in the garden, most of which I did not plant. I found another one this year. They find themselves a space to grow, and they provide a lovely bit of colour.
And the weigela is just about bursting. There are several in the garden, but this one is the only one at this stage.
The fragrant viburnum made it through the winter without rabbit damage, and had the most blooms ever, and fragrant they are!