Sunday, March 15, 2009

Flowers that Bloom in Late Winter - Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day March 2009 (New Jersey, zone 6b)

What a difference a month makes for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. In my zone 6b garden, the garden is slowly waking up. Winter aconite (Eranthis) started blooming last week in the Front Border.
In addition to the Galanthus elwesii snowdrops that I photographed a few weeks ago, these Galanthus nivalis are also now in bloom in the Front Border.
Also, these double snowdrops Plena Flora are blooming in the Egg Garden.
Crocus tommasinianus just started blooming in the Front Border.
The Witchhazel Primavera is growing next to the Fort.
The Witchhzael Arnold's Promise is now in full bloom next to the playground.
Finally, just today, my son found this purple hellebore poking up on Goldberry Hill.
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3 comments:

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

How very nice to see all your lovely early spring blooms!

Take Care/ Tyra

Country Gardener said...

Nice blooms. You're just a tiny bit ahead of us. How wonderful to see flowers again. Cheers/Yvonne

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