Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, March 2016

Northeast Mississippi, USA zone 7
The white Iris are blooming.

The pink Hyacinths are outstanding this Spring.

I don't remember the name of these tiny Daffodils. When this bumblebee would light on a bloom, its weight would bend the stem down to the ground.

This wildflower is called 'Spring Beauty.'

The Ornamental Pear trees are blooming.

My first Hellebores blooms opened on January 3. The blooms are still hanging on, but they have faded from a dark pink to a lighter pink.

These buds are Red Buckeye. The Hummingbirds will arrive when the Buckeyes bloom!

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

To see flowers from around the world, visit Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day: Click Here!

NOTE: Please do not use my photos without my permission.


  1. Seeing these flowers make me feel so good. It is a preview of things to come here.

  2. I think this weekend will see us enter autumn for real - there is a decent drop in temperature forecast. Cant say as I am upset! Nice to see your spring flowers!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  3. A lovely display of wildflowers Lea and the bumblebee is a very nice addition.

  4. It is wonderful seeing all of these...ours has yet to bloom.

  5. The ornamental Pear is quite lovely

  6. Those pink hyacinths really pop. I can almost smell them.

  7. What a delight to see all the spring glory!

  8. Beautiful blooms all! Love the shot of the bee as she approaches the daffs--nice going!

  9. Lovely blooms all of them! I love the hyacinths and the hellebores.

  10. I loved your ornamental pear closeup. Here in upstate New York, I see blogs like yours as our coming attractions (what we can grow in zone 5b, that is) and now, I just can't wait!

  11. Gorgeous. It does my heart good to see Spring blooms.


I enjoy your comments!

Thank you for visiting!