I worked on this Wisteria all winter, taking out vines and reducing
the size of the boxwoods from which it grows.
Blooms have not yet covered all the vines but the initial blossoms already
perfume the air as the day warms.
The view from the Wisteria toward the long Azalea walk.
White azaleas have already declined and the palest pink is also going away yet the Dogwood in
the center still has tight buds.
The north side of the Azalea walk is at the height of bloom, mostly dark 'Pink Ruffles.'
Boxwoods sport the Spring Green of new growth. We're waiting for Dogwoods.
The budding leaf growth of Hydrangea quercifolia at left hides tiny buds in the base.
Many daffodils here have already bloomed.
These were newly planted last fall; blooming late.
Native Azalea, clashing beautifully with the pink behind it.
I could only guess the cultivar. It was mislabeled, definitely not
the 'Alabamense' on the label.
In the greenhouse, Amaryllis celebrate spring with Kalanchoes.
See Dotty Plants blog.
Happy Bloom Day.
Join Carol and friends at May Dreams Gardens
for everybody's Bloom Day offering to see how Spring is arriving all over the world.
Well, maybe not in Australia and New Zealand, but they have fall Blooms.
My Amaryllis blooms are here: Dotty Plants Greenhouse.