Thursday, March 17, 2016

march bloom day 2016

This is one of those springs where it's mid March, and we've already seen 80 degree temperatures multiple times.  It makes me happy, but the daffodils are not fans of the heat.  I wasn't smart enough to cut the daffodils so I could prolong their lives inside.  Oh well.

Anywho, this is what was blooming in my yard on Garden Blogger's Bloom Day, the 15th of the month!

Front Walk:

Vinca Minor


 The heat got to these just before I took my pictures.  This wide shot does not do my rock wall justice.



 Midnight Ruffles is my first 'fancy' hellebore to bloom.

 The rest of the hellebores are standing tall and taking the heat pretty well.



 Bloodroot, trillium, and bluets.  

The spiderwart below doesn't count as a wildflower on most lists, but I didn't plant it, and it comes up everywhere on its own.


My first azalea bloom of the year!


  1. Hello Emily!
    Welcome back! Glad to see you posting to GBBD again!
    Lovely Daffodils and most beautiful blue Hellebores!
    Have a great week-end!

    1. Hi Lea!! Thanks, I'm slowing getting back into the swing of things. How have you been??


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