I salute the pioneers. Eventually, this bed will be awash in ‘Georgia Blue’ Veronica peduncularis, but right now this brave, lone blossom is scouting the territory.
Always the first of the daffys to bloom, this Narcissus ‘Tete a Tete’ is in the vanguard.
The same can be said for a common little woodland violet.
The slugs are merciless when it comes to the primrose blooms.
Means had primroses and pansies for 99cents. I’m thinking maybe these, on longer stems, will be less susceptible to the slime brigade.
Huckleberry flowers are tiny little things, as are the berries that follow…but OH, that wild taste.
Bloom Day’s host, CAROL is waiting for your visit.