These photos were taken the 14, because on the 15, I plan to be gardening most of the day. If my daffodils open up, I'll put them in a new post. The clump that had buds got some damage from the cold weather.
The crocus are the only blooms so far. I only have these blooming, as the ones by the curb are covered with leaves. I always forget when I should move them. It's nice to have some color by the house, even if it's just a couple clumps.
I forgot what kind of tulips these are, but I have 2 clumps of them. They were given to me by a couple neighbor friends a few years ago, and are very pretty. I'll post when they bloom if it's between GBBDs.
Our daughter is a floral designer at a local grocery store. When we shop there, we stop to tell her "hi" and then I look to see what plants are on sale. The prices are on the high side, but the sale prices are great. I got this Christmas cactus shortly after Christmas, and noticed a little pink nub on it, which made me think it was about to bloom. It has teased awhile, but now it is about to put on a great bloom!
I paid full price for this oxalis, a week ago, but it was so pretty with its pink flowers. The one that was this color seems to have died out from my green leaved with white flowers one, that is also blooming, but I forgot to take its picture.
The other African violets I have are doing better than they were for awhile, but are not blooming. These were on sale a week or 2 ago, at the store my daughter works at. I really liked the blooms on these. The herbs to the left were also on sale awhile back, at the same place.
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