We also have some wisteria growing in our back yard. It also smells great, but the bees think so too! I had to be cautious getting so close.
And then we have these cute little miniature daffodil looking flowers.
UPDATE: On last week's challenge, I had posted a photo of a plant that I thought was a trillium, but I couldn't determine what kind it was. I recently downloaded a new app on my iPad called Audubon Guides - A Field Guide to Birds, Mammals, Wildflowers, and Trees. It's on sale for $5 (normally it's $20) until 4/29/13 to celebrate Audubon's birthday. Through this app I was able to discover that the trillium I photographed is called a Toad Shade (trillium sessile). I also discovered that it supposedly smells like decaying flesh. Ick! I'm glad I didn't get that close.
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