I told you about our wonderful Spring Type weather on Tuesday. It continues to be warm here in my Georgia Gardens and the temp is currently 65 degrees at 6:00am this morning. The front has finally started to move our way and we slept with the windows open again last night and I fell asleep to the sound of gentle rain falling. The temps should drop as the day continues and we are expecting a temp of 39 degrees by tomorrow morning. Not good as I have things blooming as I type this morning. Just look what all I spotted while out in the garden the past few days! Tina, remember this pretty plant you saw when you visited us back in November? Well, here she is continuing to bloom.
This beauty continues to bloom that you saw back in November as well! Susan in January, imagine that.
On the East side of the house the Purple Queen is hanging on and showing new growth as well as some blooms.
I love the Queen's tiny blooms.
Spring bloomers one expects to see in spring but not in January.
Such warmth in the air and soil that the Bridal Wreath is showing a few blooms.
Wild Violets are blooming all over the Wishing Well Garden.
I do not know how the Violets got there but I enjoy these little flowers so they shall stay where ever nature places them.
Phlox in pink is opening up.
Phlox in white and purple is opening as well.
And look at this crazy Yellow Iris! Could that be blooms trying to spring up in January? Yes, the same Yellow Iris that bloomed during Summer and Fall. Is this a year round Iris? Ha... The Camellia bushes continue to bloom as well and have been since late October being the longest bloom time I have had for them. I failed to snap a pic of them though.
The Rye Grass looks ever so green and lush after I mowed it Tuesday. I had to get the Weed eater out as well due to weeds starting to pop up around the edges of the gardens. I plan to stay on top of the weeds as spring arrives this year as they really got away from me last spring. With our mild winter thus far, no reason why I should not be out each day plucking them. Yesterday, I was out spraying down the siding to the house and also cleaning the windows while wearing shorts. It was another day of near 80 degree temps but today is another day and the rain falls and temps are dropping which shall keep me back inside tending to house chores. I hope all survives the wrath of mother nature. I have enjoyed our little 7 day SPRING BREAK, In the Garden...Words and Photos Property of In the Garden Blog Team, In the Garden