All the flowers seem late this year, we dropped by the Arboretum in Lexington Kentucky and found it to be early for most of the beds. This shot is from the back rose garden where the memorial monument to Flight 5191 is located. That was a tragic crash that happened at the airport a few years ago. We checked out the formal garden and the garden of peonies at Henry Clay's Ashland and found similar results. The wildflowers at Carter Caves won't be long and I might have a shot or two from there once I sort through them. But the park is largely still bare of flowers but I suspect each day will bring a few up over the next several weeks.