Did you hear?
|Cut-leaf Toothwort is out in full force
|Tommies are still in bloom
Just about everything that's in bloom is low to the ground and you know what that means don't you!
|Spring Beauty has a long bloom time
It's time to limbo at Clay and Limestone! As if! No, it's macro-time!
Seriously, the flowers look so much better in their dramatic closeup!
|Wallflower's second bloom~the first was last fall
This is Helleborus 'Golden Lotus'. She's a double yellow beauty and was hybridized by Marietta O'Byrne of Eugene, Oregon.
This is also, Golden Lotus Strain. In most cases using the word "strain" in the context of hybrid hellebores means that quite a bit of variation can happen in seedlings. Each year these plants will have flowers that look almost exactly like them, but, their offspring might look entirely different.
Here's to them having beautiful children!
Ice Follies takes on a pink hue in the sunset.
Gorgeous but, unknown daff
Adorably small and also unknown narcissus. edit: Identified by Entangled as 'Minnow'!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope spring is starting in your part of the garden!
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