Saturday, January 28, 2012

Pre Season Blooms



Our winter so far has been extremely mild warm and rainy with temps in the 50s and 60s even.  Our early spring flowers are way ahead of schedule peeking up through the dead leaves bringing tiny bursts of color in an otherwise bleak landscape.

Phlox
The snowdrops usually come up in mid February with dafs following soon after.  The phlox is very early since we don't see this until the daffodils are blooming!  And here we are still in January!!

Snowdrops


Daffodil
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11 comments:

Vhen said...

lovely yellow flower!

http://thelayugan.blogspot.com/2012/01/sooc-sunday.html

hope to see you too, thanks!

Muhammad khabbab said...

I love the snowdrop flowers too sad they do not grow well here. We do not get snow here our winters are very mild. Daffodil grows easy here but does not naturalize easily. Great to see your flowers coming through.

Jo said...

Amazing that you're seeing blooms so early but glad for you! Keep warm and safe. Greetings, Jo

Odie Langley said...

Snowdrops have always been one of my favorites. Hopefully this winter will continue to be a mild one with no dangerous precipitation. Enjoy your Sunday and have a great week.

Lui said...

They look so cheery and bright!

Old Kitty said...

Yes, the bulbs are springing up here too except that the forecast for February is snow and frost! Oh dear!

Awwww but it's lovely to see these gorgeous buds peeking out of the ground!!

Take care
x

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous! I can smell spring already!

Crab Apple, please come and see it's beauty.

Tina´s PicStory said...

lovely flowers and sweet pony :)

Catherine said...

Oh you do have beautiful spring there!! Look at how lovely it is. Well I am so happy you said you were going to send me some. I will take 2 helpings of spring please!! Is that too greedy??? ;)

Enjoy your beautiful weather Cheri!
xo Catherine

Louvregirl said...

No Way!!! Are they really blooming!??

Emille said...

Your snowdrops are so lovely! But the daffodil is cheerful too:)

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