New arrivals this morning were the first rose, the first sweet pea blossoms (three different colors), the first nasturtium, and the third stalk of old-fashioned standard iris in an anise-scented mauve color with a golden tinge. Remaining are Dutch irises (now yellow, cream with a lavender tinge, and yellow-and white, preceded by crimson, blue, and white), several kinds of narcissus (some very tiny yellow ones, some cream and yellow doubles, and others; Thalia is done), anemone blanda and florist's anemone, Lilac Wonder species tulips, and more. There are twenty blossoms on the one-dollar clematis from the supermarket. The first sort of allium is almost done blooming, and the second is beginning. There are still a few ipheion flowers, along with pink, blue, and white wood hyacinths. Dutch hyacinths have finished blooming, as have leucojums. Oak flowers have been pollinated and are falling in clumps; pecan flowers are yet to come. Pictured here are ranunculus flowers. All lettuce has bolted; spinach is beginning to bolt.