Galanthus that I inherited with the garden.
They seem to pop up or reseed themselves everywhere. Here are some coming up in a crack between bricks in a garden path.
Chimonanthus (wintersweet) is supposed to have an intense fragrance.
Garrya elliptica is past it's prime but will still look lovely for a few more weeks.
The stars of my garden right now are the Hellebores blooming everywhere!
A little damage from our last freeze on the earliest blossoms of this one.
Love this one that I got last year at Bark and Garden on my first visit there.
Too shy to show her face.
The first Camillia japonicas are showing up on the ground but I haven't yet seen them on the huge old bush I inherited with the garden.
Viburnum x bodnantense 'Pink Dawn' has been blooming since November. Don't understand how it can do this but am sure glad that it does!
Hamamelis 'Diane' shares her lovely deep red blooms.
Cyclamen coum. Does it count if I've been too lazy to get this in the ground yet. Um, I mean, container gardening is the wave of the future and I'm just ahead of the trend.
Jasminum nudiflorum continues the blooming it started months ago.
Carol at May Dreams Gardens hosts Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day on the fifteenth of every month to help us keep track from month to month, year to year of what's blooming in our gardens. Please visit her blog to see what's blooming around the world today!