Scilla goes wild
The scilla grows like a weed here, and it's unusually prolific this year. The color in real life is actually much more intensely blue than in this photo:
And then there's Charybdis:
Yes, I know; a lousy pun.
It's a photo of one of two azalea bushes I planted last year. Both seem to be dead in the water. I'm not totally certain, though, because there is one tiny branch with green leaves coming in on each. Is this evidence that the entire bush might actually have a chance of reviving? Or are they both goners?