Recent mild termperatures convinced white azaleas to bloom.
These are late March flowers as a general rule.
For some reason this particular azalea loves to send out early blooms.
I bought them as Delaware Valley White, which was incorrect.
It's a tall cultivar that likes to tumble down the slope.
Snowlike alyssum against a pale stone.
I also dug and potted some Agapanthus with pretty green tops. Last year they kept getting frostbitten and none bloomed in the summer. I stuffed several in a big pot and two in a smaller pot, crowding the roots in hopes of forcing bloom. I haven't made pics of the potted plants.
The greenhouse is closed up tight against wind gusts. Tomorrow nights low is predictetd 21F. By Friday, the nightly lows will come above freezing again.
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