Thursday, March 03, 2016

What's Blooming. 3.4.16

Anemones.  3.4.16
 It's  been cooler and rainy, but now there are lots of flowers  blooming.  Anemones, many of the narcissus, especially Dutch Master and Jetfire, and some others.  An apricot, grown from seeds, is blooming.  Forsythias are coming into their own.  Flowers are fully open on Crimson Spire plum, starting to open on Hollywood plum, Methley plum, and Toka plum.  Charlotte peach flowers are open.
Daffodils.  3.6.16

Unknown, modern forsythia.  3.4.16

Daffodils, mainly Jetfire.  3.6.16

Prunus Sweet Treat.  3.4.16

Ning with front yard flower bed.  3.4.16

Forsythia, 3 years after transplant.  3/4/16

1 comment:

  1. Forsythia brings back memory. It smells great. I bought a big bag of daffodils for my other half but she didn't like them. She said no room for them. Glad that Ning appreciates the daffodils!