|Helleborus orientalis soaking up the sun on Hellebore Hill.|
What a change in one month! February saw our garden covered in snow and enduring low temperature. Now, everything is sunny and popping up everywhere! Come enjoy some color with me...
|Iris histroides 'Katharine Hodgkin' is lighting up the Birch Walk these days with the snowdrops. I have even added a few more just this morning as I am spreading out some clumps that have multiplied from our old Gilmore Gardens.|
|Crocus tommasinianus and C. t. Ruby Giant growing out in the Woodland.|
|This was a gifted plant that I saw for bloom for the first time this spring... Helleborus orientalis.|
|And this one as well. I am so happy to have a nice pure white!|
|The shade trees are starting their bloom as well.|
|Double, rosy-colored hellebore...|
|Crocus vernus 'King of the Striped' shinning out in the rain.|
|Helleborus orientalis 'Obsidian'|
|Clippings from a neighbors willow that we brought inside to enjoy. :)|
|Close-up of my favorite rock iris, Iris histroides 'Katharine Hodgkin'.|
Thanks for taking a walk around!
I hope you are having a beautiful March in your part of the world.
More beautiful gardens for March at May Dreams.