This month's bloom day finds a few things blooming-namely my pure white hellebore! I am so excited to see this bloom as it is the first time. Patience does pay off as this plant was planted more than one year ago. I also have pansies, witch hazels, and begonias (inside) blooming. (Linda, I had meant to post this but didn't for some reason-so here you are:)
This is the pink begonia blooming in the house. I also have a red one that I posted a picture of on my January Plant of the Month post. Now if the yellow one would start blooming! But Skeeter has a lovely yellow bloom below.
For more blooms see Carol at May Dreams blog.
The next day I went out to check on the Silverberries as Tina is puzzled by them not blooming for me this winter. On the way past the Bridal Wreath Bush, I spotted these beautiful blooms opening up for me! I don't fear too much for these two bushes giving me some blooms this early as they are early risers. But I do fear other things may decide to wake up from their nap long before their time is due. Please be nice to us Old Man Winter and don't give us much freezing stuff or stop toying with us by giving us warm temps when it is to be cold outside!
Here we are again worrying, In the Garden...