So, no photos of that garden, but a few shots of what caught my eye: Here is Heuchera 'Pink Lipstick'. I have quite a few Heuchera - this is one that is worth committing its name to memory.
The Clematis are just starting to bloom. Here's one that I got off the sale table from Loblaws several years ago.
Another back garden shot. It was a brutal year in this garden - lost quite a few favourites. This is a very dry front-of-border section - and this little Heucherella 'Stoplight' is such a dependable plant.
The Cotinus in a Pot was moved here to replace a wonderful Japanese Maple that didn't make it through the winter.
A close-up of Thalictrum aquilegifolium.
The Aruncus dioicus is just about to bloom. Just to give you an idea of how dry it is back here - normally the Thalictrum should be the same size - you can see (to the left) how it has been dwarfed.
Not quite in sharp focus - but pretty all the same - and I did it from seed, so you'll probably have to see more photos of this lovely bulb later on in the week.
Bit of a yo-yo - into the front garden - taken during the same morning walk - just to show you the light differences between the front and back garden in the morning.