Garden Blogger Bloomday for March 2009
Happy Springtime from Ireland!
The weather has been getting a bit warmer, flowers are popping up all over, especially the yellow colors.
Our cat Pippin enjoys the warmth against the fence, behind the daffodils.
The last of the snowdrops still blooming in the shady spots. The snowdrops in sunny spots are faded already.
Wallflowers are beginning to open.
The forsythia has opened up a sprinkling of yellow flowers.
Euphorbia octapus-sucker-like flowers have been out for a while.
The heather too has been blooming for more than a month, still looking lovely.
There's a teeny tiny blue wildflower blooming here and there. This might be a veronica of some sort? Not sure. There are 4 pale blue petals, and it's very very small, maybe smaller than my baby fingernail.
Daisies blooming in the grass.
Another unknown wildflower. It's very pretty, looks almost like buttercups. Maybe celandine?
And more daffodils.
See what's blooming all over the world, visit Carol's blog for links to Garden Bloggers everywhere, as we welcome in spring in the north and autumn in the south.