Oy, gevalt! Blooms this time of year? January is the least floriferous month in my garden. Most of the hangers on from autumn have usually finished their acts and the stars of the winter garden are still in their dressing rooms. There is some precious color going strong out there though even through winter arrived this week with nights diping into the 20's.
Garrya elliptica issaquahensis
Viburnum x bodnantense 'pink dawn'
I don't believe it either but these abutilons didn't succumb to the freezes! These have been blooming since at least July.
Stachyurus praecox buds are swelling promising blooms for February.
Not quite out yet but still looking kind of bloom like is Helleborus foetidus.
Last but certainly not least, the honey-scented blooms of Mahonia delight gardener and hummingbirds alike!
May Dreams Gardens. Be sure to click on her link to see what's blooming in gardens around the world!