Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day March 2021
Spring is here! It's here on the calendar this week, and it's here in the garden now! Right in time for Carol's monthly event,
It wasn't until weeks after Feb. 15 I realized I'd missed Bloom Day February. Once I figured out what day Feb. 15th was I understood and forgave myself. It was the day I had to have Boo euthanized. The garden is empty without him just being out there, not necessarily doing anything.
March is much better than February for blooms anyway. Most of the photos were taken yesterday, before it started raining, because I knew it was going to start raining. There are vinca flowers in the front yard, but I didn't get their pretty purple picture.
right: Rip Van Winkle left: Ice Follies below center: Tete-aTete
A mixed container of Ice Follies daffodils, anemone blanda, and several kinds of crocus.
in a container on my deck. A former co-worker's son grew it from a pit.
Same confusion for this another Walmart $1. The new part of the bulbs are blooming creamy colored. That's wild basil behind it, not a basil at all, but a lovely hardy perennial with lovely purple flowers. These are in the herb garden. Those tulips are some of the ones I won.
Transplanted from the front yard a few years ago, these are also in the herb garden.
In the herb garden once again. By the time the herbs have grown back from dormancy the bulbs will be gone.
KNAUTIA MACEDONICA "RED KNIGHT"
Several of the calendulas have started blooming, or never stopped, but they were closed yesterday because of the clouds.