Rosa banksia lutea is always one of the first flowers to show up here-a bittersweet show this year as it may be her last hurrah - the structure she lives on is in a very advanced state of deterioration and will have to go , along with Lady Banks.
I really need to get more Freesia bulbs next fall-they are dirt cheap , small enough to tuck in anywhere , and are first rate cut flowers too.
This scented Pelargonium is typically sulking in March, but this year it never died back.
This 'Lavender Lady' Lilac popped into full bloom this week.
A lot of collateral Dutch Iris damage when I was crazily digging up my front garden last fall, but this clump was spared.
Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow'
Hellebores still hold a place of honor this month.
Early for these Ranunculas..
Apparently I missed one when digging out the Erigeron , they are cute though !
The Eccremocarpus featured last month is still blooming prolifically..though the base of the vine is looking a little ratty-I have a feeling the heat will do it in.
This rose 'Gruss an Auchen' has inexplicably thrown out 2 flowers , about a month early .
And finally, a container full of Stock perfumes the from entry , a reliable winter annual here.
Be sure to visit our hostess at May Dreams Gardens for more blooms from around the globe...
Happy Bloom Day everyone !