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What is flowering in your garden now

Today started with -1.5 with fog and then the sun broke through and spring was here in 13.6
Walking around the garden the plants in flower are increasing.
Hellibores (different ones), bergenia, mahonia, viburnum tinus, viburnum davidii, anemone blandi, iris recticulata, winter honeysuckle, winter sweet, primose, primula, daffodils, narcissus, crocus (in pots and in the ground), daisy, lungwort, clematis armandii, clematis cirrohosa, primulas, hyacinths (in the ground), pansy (in pots), snow drops all over the garden...and each day more show.
Great to see nature in such colour emerging again.


  • Only the Camellias and the daffs so far!  The Amelanchier and the Magnolia are trying, shouldn't be long!
  • MolamolaMolamola Posts: 106
    Euphorbia characias wulfenii and Tasmanian Tiger are in full flower.  I suppose I will need to cut down the flowering stems after they are done flowering, but that might be the whole plant in the case of one of them. 
  • B3B3 Posts: 26,994
    Most of the usual suspects. Nothing unexpected😊
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • AstraeusAstraeus Posts: 335
    We've dug up almost the entire garden; it looks like the Somme. But it does mean that, with the only flowers we have left in the ground, the hellebores, going well, the entire garden is technically in bloom. 😁
  • The usual here as well. My favourite are our Prunus Autumnalis Roses - just starting their second flush if flowers. The first lasted from November to the beginning of February so we have only had the briefest of gaps.

    No daisies or Bergenia here yet but one of the Forsythia is thinking about it, just hints of colour showing in the buds
     If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.”—Marcus Tullius Cicero
    East facing, top of a hill clay-loam, cultivated for centuries (7 years by me). Birmingham
  • Just went through some of the current flowers in the garden in a video clip here which shows some of the crocuses, purple sprouting broccoli, Darwin's barberry, knautia, viola, viburnum tinus, forsythia, primrose, lesser calandine, common daisy and snow drops. Elsewhere a pulmonaria is blooming well and gorse has got nice blooms in some of the hedge rows nearby.

    Happy gardening!
  • FireFire Posts: 18,068
    edited February 2021
    Celendine, muscari, camelia, tete a tete, cowslip, iris ret, hellebore, crocus, snowdrop, a little creeping veronica, clem Freckles. I have a little patio rose that never stopped flowering, even through the snow. My Moonlight rose has buds and parahebes are trying.

    There is one cherry tree in full blossom on the next road and a magnolia just starting, which seems pretty early. Lovely to see the plum blossom in full flood.
  • coccinellacoccinella Posts: 1,187
    The usual suspects (Hellebores, Sarcococca, Crocuses) plus the first 3 of the new bulbs of Iris rhapsody I bought from P Nyssen in September. :) 

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