For this month's Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day
, I mean. Last year
I had quite a few things--sarcococca ruscifolia
, a hellebore, and a hardy cyclamen, but this year even the flowering houseplants are dormant. (Or they are dead from neglect. I'm not good with plants that I can't water with a garden hose.) So all I can offer is my Christmas wreath, festooned with dried hydrangea and sedum flowers (the brown stuff that doesn't look like pine cones):
and this cabbage 'Pyramid' that refused to form a proper head, and looks kind of like a flower.
However, I do have something really fine--salad greens, and I didn't even have to plant them. They just self-seeded in a bed in my greenhouse. Turns out that miner's lettuce (claytonia) is pretty frost-tolerant.