Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Bloom Day March 15,2007




















































Things blooming today....some just beginning, some ending, and some (like the bush mallow) bloom most of the year.
Helipterum
Cyclamen
Viburnum Spring Bouquet
Camellia Jordan's Pride
Camellia Chandleri Elegans
Loropetalum
Allysum
Bush Mallow
Solanum jasminoides
several succulents
Cranesbill Biokova
daffodils
Bradford pear
Tulbahgia fragrans
Rosemary Tuscan Blue
Wisteria
Nemesia
Lady Banksia rose
carnations
Scabiosa
Iberis sempervirens
Leucojum aestivum
Prunus Krauter Vesuvius
Prunus Purple Pony
Pansies
Primrose
Forget-me-nots
Prunus Santa Rosa







7 comments:

Earth Girl said...

Beautiful! Some day soon (months?), my garden will be lush instead just emerging.

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Oh wow... and some of them bloom all year??!! (Picture me turning green with zonal envy... lol.)

Carol said...

You have a lot blooming! I really had to stretch to get beyond "crocuses" in my garden. Thanks for participating again. I'm also looking forward to April, and more blooms!

Leslie said...

Spring has certainly hit with a bang...although there is no guarantee we won't still have weeks of rain (which we need!) The things that bloom most of the year are the bush mallow, pansies (if they get enough shade in the summer), nemesia, scabiosa and the solanum. We all have our zonal advantages...I've seen things bloom elsewhere in big, glorious bursts where ours might be more of a succession thing...and anything that needs dormancy is impossible here. I'm looking forward to the midwest surge soon!

lisa said...

Heh...I agree with Kim-I have "zonal envy" too. It's the only green in these parts so far!

Annie in Austin said...

Leslie, you have such a wonderful variety! There is something startling about seeing certain flowers blooming at the same time... if we saw this at a big Flower & Garden Show we'd be sure there had been horticultural tweaking to get such overlaps.

Your garden is just gorgeous.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Leslie said...

Annie...I can't say we would have this combination every year...for instance, the tulbaghia got knocked back by the frost and is just coming back...I think it would usually be done by now. And the succulents and potato vine seem early...so far the spring/end of winter have been sunny and mild as opposed to our often rainy and cloudy. But another storm is heading our way with cooler weather...we'll have to see what it brings!