Flowering plants in the second composite are ‘Cameo’ chaenomeles speciosa, ‘Basket of Gold’ alyssum saxatile, common violets, Euphorbia ‘Bonfire’, single form of Kerria japonica in the upper right.
In the first photo the tulip is an old fashioned one my grandmother grew:’Queen of Bartigons’. It returns year after year, with the most delicate coloring possible. I would call this a perfect pink. It is of medium size, a single late division tulip. I don’t know why, but my tulips are often a paler version of what the catalogs show. This is exactly the way it looks in my photo, not the more salmon pink of the description. I highly recommend this tulip for its long lasting perennial qualities and pleasing color and shape.