Primula vulgaris is ubiquitous this time of year and for good reason. this bright flower gives months of vibrant color, is very cheap and will come back year after year or you can toss them out with little guilt if you don't want to plant them.
It was not quite spring yet and the explosion of early color gave me hope.
So, this hellebore in a six inch pot was incredibly floriferous for such a small plant so it had to come home with me.
You'd think that I don't already have too many hellebores because this one jumped into the cart as well.
Must include iris reticulata in my bulb order this fall! I so admire them in other gardens and enjoy seeing them on friends' blogs.
Oh, that glorious fragrance!
Looks like summer already.
Did Mr. McGregor finally find an effective trap for Peter Rabbit?
Would these be considered woody succulents?
Hope you have an opportunity to hop on in to a nursery near you soon!Heronswood early spring sale and garden open will be taking place on Saturday, April 1. Will I see you there?