Friday, February 24, 2012

What's Blooming?

Well, I am glad you asked! Right now there isn't a ton blooming because most of what I have planted right now is either foliage, blooms in summer, or didn't come back this spring (curse you tulips). 

I do have some Daffodils that I am crazy about. They are called "Spring Cheer" and I have to say they might be one of the cheeriest parts of our Spring garden! They have the prettiest most delicate light yellow blooms.This particular plant will be even prettier in a couple days when the rest of the blooms open up. Unfortunately, at that point it will be so heavy it will start drooping. Oh well.
 This is the same plant just from a different angle. These guys live in the Magnolia Bed in the front yard. They are beautiful up close but because the blooms are so tiny they don't make much impact from far away.

In one of the containers right by my front door we have some bright primroses that greet us whenever we step out. This is the first time I have had primroses and I love them!


  1. You do have some cheerful blooms there! I have a clump of daffodils similar to yours, but they are not up quite yet.

  2. I will take whatever isn't covered in snow!!! I love it! I also love that I am your first follower on google friend connect!!! YAY!! I love being first!!!!
    I am so glad you linked in to share in my little party this week and I hope you will again and again!!! I have enjoyed my visit and will be back over and over to peek at what you are growing!
    hugs from Alberta Canada!!! I shared this to my tootsie time facebook page..just to let you know
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  3. The red primulas are gorgeous! I bought some seeds and will try to grow some primroses this year, also for the first time.
    Hugs, Beth

  4. Your newest follower ...stopping bye from tootsie time...stop bye my blog your garden pics...`sabri~

  5. Such a cute daffodil!! Lovin the prims too!

  6. Yeah!!! Another Southern Gardener :-)! Beautiful daffodils!!!

  7. Pretty primroses. I would love to have them in my garden.