Marching into Spring-Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
I've missed the last couple of bloom days, a combination of office interference and a dearth of reportable flowers. Now that we have sprung ahead, I can actually take photos on weeknights . March offerings are a bit mundane however- I have not done a good job planting/planning for this season.
I don't have the cultivar handy on this Erysimum, but I snatched it up because it was NOT 'Bowles Mauve' which is ubiquitous here. I am also partial to yellow flowers. I can see this becoming a repeated element.
Brunnera 'Jack Frost' is holding court in the shade.
The Pulmonarias are all over the place--I started collecting them in the late 90's before I knew about the mildew issue. Most have been sent to compost-land but I retain the electric blue specimens.
Just about every Euphorbia is in bloom- I didn't photograph all of them..
Jade Dragon, with Rosemary as a backdrop.
Volunteer E.C. wulfanii with Corsican Hellebore.
This is possibly 'Tasmanian Tiger' , and in true spring-like manner, it is colonized with green aphids.
Geranium pyrenaicum 'Bill Wallis'. This is one great plant..thank you Annies !
Thanks to the Fabulous Carol at May Dreams for hosting this monthly bloom-fest.