When most people think of Oregon, they think “rainy and gray”—and for part of the year in the darkest part of winter, that impression can be very accurate.
But springtime, summer, and fall can be glorious in the Pacific Northwest, and this spring is making up for a gray and dreary (and snowy and “tilty”) winter, even just with a potted, floating home garden!

The hyacinths have been giving us amazing fragrance for weeks now!
Nope, no idea what this flower is. I seem to have not done my usual trick of sticking the plant’s tag into the pot this time. If you know what it is, please share!
And, of course, the Camelia Japonica continues to impress, having provided flowers for us through the entire winter!