Thursday, March 15, 2007

Now Appearing

Hepatica [nobilis] and the Hellebores!




















Also in bloom right now: forsythia, daphne odora, viburnum tinus, narcissus rupicola, cyclamen coum (still just one blossom), a couple of daffodils, sweet violets, primula, pulmonaria, rhododendron mucronulatum, petasites japonica, which I really must get into the ground one of these days, and one siberian squill.



































In the woods, salmon berry, skunk cabbage and flowering cherry.






































The crocus have come and gone, battered by rain from the Pineapple Express that roared through here last week.





















I made up this bouquet last Monday to keep my company while I recover from foot surgery this week. Just a few sprigs of daphne is all it takes to perfume a room.






















In the wings, 'Red Riding Hood' Greigii tulips 'Red Riding Hood'.

4 Comments:

Blogger Carol said...

So many flowers blooming for you. I hope to have hellebores blooming soon. Thanks for participating in the Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

15 March, 2007 18:12  
Blogger InlandEmpireGirl said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures. I tried hellebores, but it didn't do so well in my garden. Still, a beautiful flower for spring. Thanks.

15 March, 2007 22:14  
Blogger IBOY said...

Molly... that lavender double primrose is a stunner... got a name for it??
Don

19 March, 2007 06:46  
Blogger Glickster said...

For more about Hellebores:

www.sunfarm.com

19 March, 2007 20:10  

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