The garden is coming to life, but there are not enough flowers to take you on a tour.
But the woodland garden is looking beautiful so lets' go in
and see what is blooming.
I have some cultivars growing along the tree line.
The King Alfred Daffodils have been blooming for awhile and are almost finished.
Pulmonaria 'Pink Dawn' is flowering and waiting for the Hummingbirds to arrive.
The should be here any day.
Hepatica flowers are very dainty so be careful,
they have started coming up on the pathway.
Trilliums are in bud and should open by the end of the weekend.
You will have to lay on your stomach to look at this flower,
it is Wild Ginger.
Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot) is almost finished blooming
but Sanguinaria canadensis 'Multiplex' opened today.
It does not spread as easily as the single and does not
supply food for the bees and ants. But it is lovely to look at.
Bloodroot likes full to partial shade, rich, slightly acid soil
and average moisture in Zones 3-10.
I am joining Tootsie Time for
I hope you enjoyed a walk through the woodland garden.
Have a great weekend!!