Thursday, March 15, 2012

March 2012 Blooms

I returned home from a trip this afternoon excited to find out what had started blooming in my several-day absence.  The yard didn't let me down.

As I stepped out of the taxi, the first flowers I noticed were the anemone I'd planted in the sidewalk bed last fall.  Finally, I have red flowers!

Pretty white ones, too.

 Also in that bed, moss phlox (that survived a late transplanting with no care whatsoever) and some scilla. 
Heading up the front walk: a nice view of pansies, daffodils, and the pear tree behind: 

Around the side:  lots of daffs, and a rogue centaurea
In the back:  the plum tree in full bloom and a hyacinth in the herb garden

And around the other side:  purple and lavender hellebores

How nice to return home on Bloom Day to such treasures!  I hope you'll pay a visit to May Dreams Gardens to see what else is blooming today.


  1. The daffodils are spectacular. (Looks like you may need to do some dividing work this year.)

  2. Thanks! Yes, I divided *some* last year, and I'll do more this year.

  3. So beautiful. I have the anemones too.