I missed March bloom day, enjoy these flowers from our garden.
I found this native anemone "Windflower" growing wild in the hellebore and camellia garden yesterday. There are lots of these growing wild in the garden.
My first baby hellebore bloom. Not sure where where it was collected, planted in the spring of 2010. I think it is a real beauty! There are 25 or so other hellebore babies not bloomed yet in the garden from 2010.
This dark red hellebore, it's first bloom in the garden. Was supposed to be a double, with only one bloom it still might be a double.
Picked this double white hellebore up last spring at Pine Knot Farm, it was one of those un bloomed mysteries like the dark red above as well.
Primroses planted in the garden a few years ago. Guess they might stay a while, had to over summer primroses here.
Both these primroses were from cross breeding from Camellia Forest.
This primrose is a real winner, wow!! Those are 2 inch blooms very large for a primrose.
These R. L. Wheeler Camellia japonica blooms fell off in a gentle rain last night. Just had to bring them in the enjoy inside the house.