Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - April 2008: Spring Flowering Trees, Shrubs, Bulbs, and More in New Jersey (zone 6b)

Cornelian Cherry Dogwood

Crocuses
Forsythia
Serviceberry
Daffodils and Crocuses on Goldberry Hill
Hyacinth in the Bird Garden
Virginia Bluebells
Brunnera Macrophylla
Daffodils in the Cutting Garden
Self-Seeding Pansies
Vinca Minor or Lesser Periwinkle
Winter Honeysuckle
Andromeda
Violet

7 comments:

Frances, said...

A lovely representation of spring flowers. What is the tree blooming yellow in first photo?

Nan Ondra said...

Thanks for the garden tour, HG. You have a lot going on right now. Happy Bloom Day!

Katarina i Kullavik said...

Pretty, pretty pictures...all of them! The pink viola is so cute...
/Katarina

heirloomgardener said...

Dear Frances,
The first yellow tree blooming is a Cornelian Cherry dogwood. I love its elegance and grace in shaded areas. I did not plant it; it was a gift from nature.
Heirloom Gardener

Carol said...

It's interesting that your zone 6 garden is not that far ahead of my zone 5 garden.

And isn't nice when nature gives a plant we love, now and again, like the Cornelian Cherry dogwood.

Thanks for joining in for bloom day.
Carol, May Dreams Gardens

Piondröm said...

Very fine pictures of spring day.
What is it on the second last pictures?
Is it evergreen?
regards Ken

heirloomgardener said...

Piondrom,

The second to last picture is an evergreen andromeda shrub - pieris japonica.

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