While the sun was out Saturday I took a few pictures of the flowers blooming in my garden for today. Carol encourages us all to post what flowers are blooming on the 15th of each month. I have few to report today. What is blooming I am so pleased to see. Like this Lady in Red Hellebore.
This freckled one I have forgotten the name of but I think those freckles are so cheery.
This one is sort of plain but it has such a sweet delicate quality belying the toughness of the plant. After all its leaves are green all winter. Just needing a little trim of the dead leaves to be able to fully enjoy their bashful blossoms.
We have some of the Prince at the top of this photo with buds set. It wants a little warmer weather before it opens all these buds. Not so with the crocus. All it needed was a little sun to encourage them to open. Look at the bottom of this picture. Why it's....
My first pollinator of the year. Yipee. I just know it won't be long now until the garden is buzzing.
Is there anything blooming and/or buzzing in your garden yet?
I think I have Hellebore envy. Happy Bloom Day!ReplyDelete
These are pretty and freckle face is such a cutie!ReplyDelete
I wish I had so many Hellebores in bloom, mine just don't seem to like my garden...
Lovely photos, very jealous!
Really like your Hellebores; that is a plant group which I need to consider expanding in my garden (I only have the plain, white variety).ReplyDelete
Love those hellebores Lisa - they're all so pretty, and each has their own personality! Happy Bloom Day!ReplyDelete
This reminds me that I need to get some photos of my hellebores. They are beautiful this year. The crocus is lovely as well.ReplyDelete
How exciting to see that first bee! Yes, your garden will be buzzing with activity soon. Love the hellebores--I'm hoping to see a few blooms here, too, soon.ReplyDelete
Hope my hellebores emerge this year ... sometime! I do so like them.ReplyDelete
I have these same colored crocus blooming in my garden. I took a photo but didnt post it. I also saw my first bees.. they love those crocus. I have Dafneys blooming and my Daffodils of course.ReplyDelete
I really like the freckled Hellebore, too -- and, of course, I think the combination of bugs and flowers is unbeatable. Great shots, Lisa. Thanks for letting us have a look too.ReplyDelete
OK, Lisa...you got it goin on now, girl! Your yard is coming to life again!!! YEAHHHHH!!!!!ReplyDelete
Lisa, the sun and your delightful blooms really do give me hope that soon my garden will come back to life. Even the bug seems to be thrilled to find some warmth and food. Now, I am going to see if the hellebores you gave me are making any kind of appearence. :)ReplyDelete
I especially like the second and third hellebores. They are lovely.ReplyDelete
Lisa, Aren't the hellebores a welcome sight after the dullness of winter! Yippee for the pollinator! It really is Spring! gailReplyDelete
Lisa, your Hellebores are beautiful! I wish I had more. I'm hoping my other Hellebore, as yet a non-bloomer, will finally surprise me with a bloom in this, its 3rd or 4th spring, and show me what color it is.ReplyDelete
Those crocuses are so cheerful and lucky you to have a bee already! None to be seen here yet.
Always lovely to hear from you. Thanks for visiting :)
I am sitting here trying to get my arms around "blooming" in March. These are wonderful photos.ReplyDelete
Lisa! How wonderful to see Spring has sprung there for you! Hope I see Spring when I arrive back in Canada!ReplyDelete
waving from the desert..still.Anna
Oh, gosh, those hellebores are lovely. I must get more. More hellebores.ReplyDelete
I think for where you live you have quite a few flowers. I love your hellebores. I just have such a pining for them every year. Happy Bloom Day.~~DeeReplyDelete
Hi Lisa, that freckled hellebore is soooo sweet! And I love the purple and white-striped crocuses. My yellows always come up before my purples. :) Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
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I have hellebore envy, too. A neighbor will give me some later this spring. I just now saw some snowdrops. My first blooms this year.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Hellebores Lisa! I love them and recently my dad has discovered them too. He doesn't know it yet, but tomorrow he's going to get his first Hellebore.ReplyDelete
I love the speckled Hellebore too; just something so cheery about that little face!ReplyDelete
I'm holding my breath. I have a Hellebore that I think is going to make it. 3rd try. It's no where near big enough to bloom.ReplyDelete
Lots of buzzing going on here. Those little bumbles are everywhere. I did pet one the other morning while it was sleeping.
LOVE the speckled hellebore! I saw my first honeybee today! It surprised me! Soooo glad that spring is finally showing itself!ReplyDelete
Love the freckled bloom probably because they covered my face as a kid. I prefer my helleborus with a little spice like it which I think is a nice foil for the darkest color varieties.ReplyDelete
These are all so lovely!ReplyDelete
Happy Spring Lisa.
Wonderful, Lisa! I love the speckled too but I'm also a new fan of crocus as you know.ReplyDelete
Sorry I haven't been around in a while. Wishing you a great Spring with many blooms to photograph, draw and paint :-D
Lisa girl I love seeing your hellebore ! I hope to see the buds on my open a little? soon? It is still like winter here .. no snow on the ground but the cold temps make the Spring bulbs hide a little longer .. let alone getting the garden cleaned up ! eekk !ReplyDelete
It is a treat to see your blossoms girl : )
I so love seeing your bee!
Soon bees and butterflies will be buzzing and fluttering all over the yard.....
the Hellebores are gorgeous....
What a delight to see your hellebore plants. I am very fond of them. Your freckled one is very special, a real beauty!ReplyDelete
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Enjoy warm and sunny Spring days!