Lonicera fragrantissima hasn't lost it's leaves yet but has started blooming. Crazy but the humming birds seem happy about it.
Garrya not yet in full tassle.
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming, From tender stem hath sprung.
I wonder if, after the lows in the low twenties predicted for this week, this bud will ever open?
Quelle est cette odeur agréable?
Why, it's Viburnum × bodnantense ‘Dawn’ of course which has been blooming since October and will continue until June.
Another Camellia japonica.
The first of the Hellebores is not yet open but will be soon.
I cheated and used this picture that I took earlier in the month as the ones I took of this fuchsia were too dark.
Meanwhile, in the greenhouse...
The blooms last so much longer in the cooler greenhouse than they do inside.
Pachystachys lutea, aka Golden Shrimp Plant reminds me of blogging pal Jean who grows various Shrimp plants in her Georgia garden. The whitefly reminds me that I need to get out some soapy water or neem oil.
One of the less hardy Abutilons enjoying winter in the greenhouse.
Thank you Carol for hosting! Happy GBBD all!