I can't believe it's already time for another Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. We've had some very cold and wintery weather this past week. I was wondering if there would be anything new blooming. Considering the weather I was pretty impressed with what I found. I'm also very glad I took these pictures yesterday, because what did we wake up to AGAIN this morning? More snow!!
It's snowing again!
Okay, now for the blooms!
Lots of pansies are still blooming!
Tete-a-tete daffodils continue to look pretty, even after being covered in snow earlier this week.
Winter daphne actually has two flowers open. It's been in a holding pattern for almost 2 months. I am beginning to wonder if it will ever finish blooming this year.
Hellebore 'Royal Heritage'
This is a baby from one of the hellebores in my front yard.
Part of one of the hellebore beds. It had been raining so they are a bit droopy. This is where the flower above was a seedling.
A close up of one of the pink flowers. The hellebores have been the star of the garden. I have several varieties blooming now.
Viburnum tinus 'Spring Bouquet' is just beginning to really bloom.
Pulmonaria going on it's second month of bloom, with lots more buds to go. I'd never have imagined that under a cedar tree would be such a great place for this plant.
Maybe in April if it has stopped snowing my winter daphne will have finished blooming. I predict that camellias, dogwoods, clematis armandii, pink flowering currant and more will all be at their best by then.
To see more blooms in other garden bloggers gardens go visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens.