I did laundry.
It's nice out, and I went outside for a while. The new bud of 'Paul Neyron' was gone, so my guess is that that was eaten. It has a lot of new leaves, though, and most of them are still there. I took a couple of pictures. The old bud seemed somewhat balled up, so I tried to loosen the petals. I'll see if that opens.
The lily-of-the-valley is nearly gone by, but I enjoyed it while it lasted. The sweet shrub is still blooming. The azalea is going by. I got a lot of pictures of the azaleas at the Jenkins Arboretum, and I'll have to put those up. The geraniums with salmon-colored flowers (prettier than it sounds) are blooming. The double pinks still have some flowers. The single pinks I got a few years ago are blooming in their rectangular pot near the front door.
I'll go outside again after dinner.