Everybody needs swaths of daffodils in the lawn.
He-who-mows will go around these until the foliage ripens.
Three different views of the big pink Camellia.
China Pink is the earliest and the prettiest. I have them in the
Daffodils just can't wait in this warm spell. These come up through
dry lantana foliage in the front beds.
Multi-flowering hyacinths have a looser habit than the more
formal Dutch hyacinths. These look much like the old-
fashioned Roman hyacinths we had when I was a child but
do not smell quite as sweet.
It's weeks until Spring on the calendar and I expect freezing weather is yet to come just when we're all complacent about it. A hard freeze will be hard on these plants that have gotten accustomed to warm. Bits of foliage are peeking out from under things like Brugmansias and Pentas that were killed back earlier. Meanwhile we're enjoying balmy temps and occasional showers.
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