Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day - March 2016

I am not going to apologize for sun soaked photos today. It has been so cloudy and rainy the past week. Today is our first day of sunshine in some time. It is also the warmest day of the year so far, warm and windy I must say.
 I have a long list of blooms. I can well remember March of 2012 when we had this same heat wave that brought on many blooms.
 This bouquet of daffodil/narcissus are what are blooming now. The poor crocus have taken a beating this spring with all the rain. There are still several in bloom though
 I will leave you with this fresh freckled-face hellebore along with a wish for your spring to be so warm and bloom full.
For more blooms from all over the world go to Carols May Dreams Gardens.
The rest of my blooms:
Magnolia, Forsythia, Pussywillow,Spring beauties, Witch Hazels, Daffodils/Narcissus, Crocus, Hyacinth, Hellebores, Wind Flowers, Pulmonaria, Lemon Tree, Pansies.

16 comments:

  1. Spring has sprung for you ~ lovely spring time photos!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  2. It has been the craziest year ever, but you've got lovely plants! Happy Bloom Day!

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  3. I always enjoy the beauty of your garden photos. In that first, just look at that perfect sky vibrating against those blossoms!

    And that hellebore....I love it. I love anything speckled.

    You have such a gift to nurture such beauty.

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  4. Happy, Happy Bloom Day Lisa! I adore that little hellebore. Love those freckled ones. Love them. We've been so warm the daffodils have faded faster than usual and so have the tulips. I hope we have a spell of cooler weather this week before the heat intensifies. ~~Dee

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  5. Looking at your list of blooms you are clearly ahead of us. I also noted that we had an early spring in 2012.

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  6. Love that freckle-faced beauty! Yesterday was a gorgeous day, wasn't it? Unfortunately, I was cooped up at school all day. Today is so windy, but if I can stand it, I may do a little more work outside--I need something to take my mind off the depressing election results yesterday:(

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  7. Beautiful blooms.
    Spring is such a wonderful season

    All the best Jan

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  8. Those little blue flowers are beautiful. That's probably something that's not hardy up here in the frozen north. We have at least another month before the flowering trees start showing off :-)

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  9. I love that hellebore, it's so beautiful. I need to find out more about them and plant them in my garden! Thanks for sharing this sunny parade, it feels great.

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  10. How lovely to have sunshine! I love your blooms especially the freckled hellebore.xxx

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  11. I love your freckled Hellebore. Hoping for a sunny weekend!

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  12. Oh, what gorgeous blooms, Lisa!!

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  13. Pretty! The wildflowers are early this year, too, and I remember when that happened in 2012.
    We've had some more sun since you posted this - I'll bet you have even more blooming. :)

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  14. Wow, you are really blooming there in Indiana! Cheers! We made one step forward, and now two steps back with a snowstorm the next two days. Oh well, that's not entirely unusual for us, just hard to take after plants have started to bloom. But the spring has begun! Yay!

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  15. Such a nice wish--thank you and back to you! I agree on the rain. It has definitely beat down the flowers. Unusual too. Happy Spring!

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  16. I love those anemones. :o) I need to add some to my garden. Happy Spring!

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