Calycanthus occidentalis; the flowers smell like wine.
Alonsoa meridionalis. This picture is a few days old. I actually cut this plant back hard the other day. All the flowering stems are in a vase on my nightstand.
Poppies and flax.
The Bartlettina sordida in full bloom. I just cut this plant back tonight--real hard. No more flowers until next March/April.
Also in bloom, but not photographed: Lupinus arboreus, Epipactis gigantea, Camissonia cheiranthifolia, Mandevilla laxa, Gaultheria shallon, Cerinthe major, sweet pea, various succulents. I'll try to have those next time. Except Cerinthe major which I seem incapable of photographing well no matter what I do.
See this post from last week for a few more for this month.
And still blooming from last month but not shown this month here or at the previous link: Mimulus aurantiacus, M. pictus, abutilon, sunflower, wallflower.
What's not blooming anymore: Geranium maderense (removed from the garden), Ceanothus 'Frosty Blue', misc. narcissus.
As always, get your main fix at May Dreams.
Link to last month's Garden Blogger Bloom Day.