Well it’s Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day for one of the best month’s of the year. In addition to the daffodils that are starting to appear, there are some really choice additions that are making themselves known on our hillside. The little Draba shown above has to be sought out but it rewards careful inspection. It’s among other little plants that claim my attention right now.
The Hepaticas are starting to bloom including one that I got from Seneca Hills when that nursery was still active.
And one of the Hepatica japonica seedlings is just beginning to open with what looks like double flowers.
The Adonis continue their flowering with the standard Adonis amurensis.
As well as another bud on the Adonis amurensis ‘Sandansaki’ that is actually an underground runner from the original so I’m pleased to see they are propagating.
The little Scillas are getting into the act too with the Tubergeniana coming into bloom with their lovely blue veins.
The first of the Anemones is also showing color.
And of course crocus are everywhere, including these Ruby Giants.
It’s late so I’m just going to share a few more flowers and then hit the sack…
And then finally an illustration of the daffodils that represent spring for so many people.
What’s blooming in your garden?