I have really been enjoying all the beautiful plants out in the yard. Flowers started quite early with the Hellebores blooming in winter.
|Hellebore of an unknown variety. Planted by an earlier resident.|
|This is an Hellebore 'Apricot Blush'. The flowers are red on the outside,|
but apricot on the inside. Very lovely.
|The white hellebore is a 'Picotee Pearl.' It has grown really|
fast so it must love that spot. The pink hellebore to the right was a
gifted plant I got from a neighborhood friend.
|Most of the crocuses came out right before our freak snow storm|
but didn't last too well with all the weight of the snow on them.
|Epimedium x warleyense|
|We have so many daffodils coming up in the yard. I tried to dig up|
the clumps last year and spread them out, but I guess I missed a couple.
|Corydalis solida ‘Purple Bird’. I thought this one died because|
it's a summer deciduous plant but there it is! Yay!
|The Red Flowering Currant is only days away from being absolutely stunning.|
Gorgeous plants! It's always good to see green and growing things after the winter.ReplyDelete
Thank you Gail. I've really enjoyed our yard this past year; it was definitely worth the effort.Delete