Share your March garden photos here!“The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.”— Gertrude S. Wister
Here's what's blooming for me to start us off!
Pretty! I love crocus -- harbingers of spring! I haven't had a chance to get outside much, but I did take a quick look-around the other day and noticed the crocus foliage just starting to peek through, which is always the first of anything to bloom for me, and usually right on time in late March. Species tulips are also starting to come up, and buds on flowering trees are really fattening up. Won't be long now!
Hey fellow houzzers, anybody else Reno-Ing from 2000 km away?
Planting time for wisteria
Needing advice for retaining wall replacement work
Crape Myrtle stops growing after spring. No flowers
Just snapped these hepatica pics on Friday
Mxk, I was just eagerly waiting for my first crocuses a few weeks ago. Spring takes forever to get here and then it's one bloom after another! Steve, those are beautiful! I don't think I have heard of them before, so I am going to go look them up. I love to learn a new flower. Thanks for sharing!
Jenn, your multi photo post has made my day! Great pics Steve.
(Jenn, can you please identify the plants in the 2nd photo and 5th photo?)
Thanks, Rouge, glad they brightened your day! Photo 2 is my little baby pieris japonica 'Valley Rose' which was just planted in the fall. Photo 5 is the first of many puschkinia libanotica aka striped squill. They are prettier en masse, but that one was overeager.
Dreamr, what gorgeous blossoms! I love the use of potted spring bulbs so you don't have a blank space when they're done. The yellow hyacinth is especially pretty!
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