Blooms for the week…

(From upper L-R across & down: Narcissus 'Ice Follies', Lavender ' Anouk', Dwarf Iris, Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash', Poppy Anemone 'Burgundy' and Narcissus 'Thalia')

This week things are starting to pop in the garden.  I have some new things that were just planted last fall such as the ‘Ice Follies’ Narcissus and this gorgeous burgundy Poppy Anemone blooming.  However some old faithfuls like the ‘Thalia’ Daffodils, which are extremely fragrant by the way, and this dwarf Iris are making their spring debut.  A new spring planting is this Lavender which was full of buds when I purchased it last week at Lowe’s.  This is the second season in the garden for my Pulmonaria ‘Raspberry Splash’ and it has doubled in size and is full of blooms at the moment. 

(From upper L-R across & down: Iberis sempervirens, Dwarf purple Fritillaria, Narcissus 'Hawera', Narcissus 'Minnow' center photo and Muscari armeniacum)

The spring bulbs make up the majority of the blooms this week.  Miniature narcissus and grape hyacinths  are blooming in the lawn and garden.  Evergreen Candytuft or Iberis sempervirens combines well with these spring blooming bulbs.  What’s blooming in your garden this week?  🙂

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11 responses to this post.

  1. So springy! Love the buttery iris.

    Thanks Darla, isn’t it the sweetest little Iris? 🙂

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  2. That poppy is such a beautiful color!

    Thanks Tina, I’m loving that color too. 🙂

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  3. These photos are beautiful. So colorful and vibrant. I love the poppy. Balisha

    Thanks Balisha, glad you enjoyed my colorful blooms this week. 🙂

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  4. I’m glad to see you have such a bounty of blooms.

    Thanks Les, hope this cool weather we’re getting this weekend doesn’t zap them. 🙂

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  5. I agree with Tina, that poppy is amazing! Looks like a bountiful spring full of blooms.

    Thanks Janet, I’m loving the color of that Poppy too. 🙂

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  6. What don’t you have blooming?!!
    Love the Poppy anemone ‘Burgundy’ .
    Had poppies last year but only lasted a few days.

    Boy oh boy…everyone is changing their blog look.
    Nice change 🙂

    Ha, alot actually Patsi. 😉 That Poppy Anemone got some positive comments, glad you all enjoyed it. It’s time for a fresh look. Thanks!

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  7. Your garden is really poppiing. We are just beginning to see a few bits of color in ours. Thanks for sharing your colorful flowers.

    Thanks Sherry, glad you enjoyed my blooms this week. Hope to see yours soon. 🙂

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  8. Your garden definitely looks like spring, Racquel–the poppy anemone is beautiful! I have a few daffodil blooms, but everything else here has gone back to sleep while we go through another cold spell.

    Thanks Rose, I’m thinking that Poppy Anemone was pretty popular. We’re getting a cold spell this week too, yuck! 😦

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  9. Sigh your plants are making me yearn for spring ……

    Hope that spring arrives for you soon Rosemary. 🙂

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  10. Wow Racquel ~ you’ve really got the blooms girl. Your garden is so much further ahead of mine. Looks there like May here! Happy Spring!

    After two days of frost, we’ll see how long these blooms linger. Happy Spring to you too Kathleen! 😉

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  11. I can’t wait to see some signs of spring blooming! Lovely photos. Jean

    Thanks Jean, spring is starting to arrive. 🙂

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