This is some of what's blooming in my garden right now:
Clematis for which I lost the tag long ago. It could be 'Polish Spirit' or it could be something else. It's hanging on, but looks kind of ragged. The spot where I have a perfect trellis for climbing things is not perfect in any other way - too shaded, and one of the planting areas gets very little rain, even in the ridiculous storms we've been having. I've also got a Passiflora incarnata there, which will probably succeed far too well (it tends to eat the porch gutters), though I was almost sure it had died this winter. But it decided to be Junepop instead of Maypop this year, and is now coming back with a vengeance.
Cheerful ground-hugging sedum out by the mailbox.
Brodiaea 'Queen Fabiola' (or whatever it is now that the brodiaeas have been split up) is starting up.
Spiderwort being electric, luckily in a spot where nothing clashes with it.
A white astilbe in the gloom.
And my potatoes are blooming! I have them planted in our old claw-foot tub this year; oh, it's so deliciously trashy.
Lots of things are still behind schedule - haven't even got any daylilies yet. And many other things are done or not in their first flush any longer, so I really need to think June blooms when filling in spaces.
Enjoy your gardens!