I took these flower pictures outside in our yard this weekend, and tucked them away for a soggy, dark day just like the one we're having right now. They remind me that it really is almost summer, even though temperature-wise it feels like just barely the start of Spring!
Does anyone know what the white flowers are called? We bought a Hosta from the Lee plant sale two years ago, and a tiny (and I mean really tiny) part of whatever plant they're from was growing in the pot along with the Hosta. We planted it without really thinking about it - and now in 2 years it has grown into half a flower bed full of white flowers and interesting green leaves. It's quite prolific, I believe you'd say... Anyway, we want to try to transplant it to somewhere in the yard where we can still enjoy it, but where it's mischevious growing habit will be more appreciated than it is among the Hostas and ornamental grasses... but we figure it'd be good to identify it first!