Thursday, March 15, 2018

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day March 2018

The northeast corner of Mississippi, USA, zone 7



Spring Snowflakes, Leucojum 


Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora'

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  1. ...thanks for this preview of spring, it looks a long ways off here today.

  2. I thank you too! There have been some early blooms here but lately the wind is making it feel like winter still.

  3. Hello, pretty collection of flowers and images. We are just starting to see the daffies popping out of the ground. Enjoy your day!

  4. Spring has definitely started in your garden! Interesting that a lot of the same things are in bloom here even though we're a zone apart. Happy GBBD!

  5. Very encouraging to see, Lea! I did see some snow drops flowering here this week in a south facing garden.

  6. Your spring blooms are encouraging Lea and the spirea blooms are so beautiful and dainty. It looks like spring has started where you are. I hope we are not too far behind!

  7. Beautiful spirea blooms. And I’ll be adding Snowdrops to my list of bulbs to order this fall!

  8. There is nothing as delightful as the first blooms of spring! I have only a few snowdrops and crocuses, but your photos are a reminder of what is to come here. Happy Bloom Day!

  9. Looks like we have of the same blooms ! Happy Bloom day !

  10. Lea, I'm surprised we have similar things in bloom. I need one of those bridal veil spireas with its double blooms. I don't have one. My Ogon are in bloom, but my Kerria are not. My Leudojum as are the hellebores. You will have roses in bloom soon in Mississippi.~~Dee


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