By clicking on the above picture, you will get to Jean's blog, and see a list of others participating in Bloomin' Tuesday.
Thanks, Jean, for commenting on my squirrel pictures, and inviting me to participate here.
I had trouble getting a good focus on this Goodwin Creek lavender, but wanted to include it because I did a post on lavender, and had put it in my egress window. I took it out, and put it in my east facing garden window after reading it can grow inside as a houseplant. This one will be going back outside in the spring, though. It would have had more blooms, but I cut them to dry.
Some of the African violets have been blooming longer than others. I got them at garage sales, so don't know their names.
The trailing rosemary is holding onto a couple blooms. You can see a bird feeder out the window.
The rest of the pics were taken outside. The ornamental kale is still looking good.
I can't remember what kind of grass that is, but the rue is nice and green, and still has the bloom I showed in my GBBD post. Baptisia is the tall plant to the left.
The different kinds of coral bells are still looking fine.
This is arum italicum is something I planted as a bulb several years ago, and my son informed me it's supposed to be in the shade. It gets some afternoon shade, but is in sun a lot of the day. The foliage dies back after it blooms, and this is the first time I recall that it has regrown. I hope it comes back next year.
I love my sage!
These pansies are holding on, wanting to keep blooming against all odds!