You are looking at our front yard. Peonies and Oxalis are blooming. Iris are finished. I will plant more Hydrangea - Haas Halo, named after my wife's aunt who discovered it originally in her yard in Bucks County Pennsylvania.
A huge tree fell in our front yard so there is a huge mound of sawdust mulch, and a crushed brick wall that we have to redesign around. We had to put up a wire fence to keep the neighbors from cutting through my flowers. It's working well.
I need to move the crepe myrtle, do more weeding, and do some more planting. I want to try another rose, a Star Drift Rose which is low growing and wide, to see how it looks, hopefully there will be enough sun. Some Lanatana too. They sometimes survive the winter, but I think my plants from last year did not apparently!