Flowers in my garden on Thursday 15th February, 2013
Beautiful signs of Spring, Bill!
Thanks Bernie, sad thing is it’s a long wait for the spring flowers and they are over all to soon. I have to say you caught me out with your Iris domestica, I thought it was an Orchid, might have a go at growing that ! Sylvia has got me growing Frangipani’s this year, heaven help us!!
The Iris domestica grows like a weed here. I do hope you find one and have success with it. It has a truly lovely flower. Best of luck with those Frangipanis. I hope they’re the perfumed ones. That’s the best part of growing them.
Beautiful! Your cyclamen look MUCH better than mine! Now I’m thinking mine don’t like me much. 😦 Your snowdrops and crocus look so very nice. I was surprised about the daisy!
Plenty going on there. You’ve captured their beauty well
Hi Bill, that’s all looking good for Mid Feb mate.
I have no sign of anything yet.
I am a lot further south than you so I have the benefit of a bit warmer weather. The increasing daylight hours will soon be making an effect and I am sure we will all be on the starting blocks ready for the off !
Have a wonderful week-end!
Very nice! Love the first picture of the hellebore. Inspiring to those of us still waiting for Spring to arrive…
Thanks Andrea, everything comes to those who wait ! I hope that your tulips provide you with a display they are quite tough.
Your blooms are really blooming! What a great splash of color to start your spring.
Here in the south-west of England we do get slightly warmer conditions than the rest of the country. I don’t think I would like the weather you are getting at the moment !!
Your daffs and crocus are well ahead of mine. In fact some of my daffs are really stunted such a pity
I love the white ones with the pink freckles. What are they if I may ask?
The flower you like is a Hellebore, they do seed very freely and this one is a hybrid from one of my plants. Perhaps I should name it Pink Freckles. Thanks for dropping by.
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