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What's Blooming in My Garden Now?

12 March 2017

by David Ross

Excludes new plants obtained while in forced bloom.

New entries are added at the bottom of each area's list. Thus, entries at the top of each list indicate plants that have been blooming the longest.


'Goodwin Creek Grey' lavender (Lavandula lanata × dentata)

pink clover (Persicaria capitata)

Christmas "heather" (actually a heath, Erica canaliculata 'Boscaweniana')

rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

dwarf Burford holly (Ilex cornuta 'Burfordii Nana', flowers too small to see from any distance but sweetly fragrant)


wax-leaf begonias (B. semperflorens)

'Goodwin Creek Grey' lavender (Lavandula lanata × dentata)

azalea: 'Formosa'

African daisies (Osteospermum fruticosum)

rose: 'Salmon Ovation'

pink clover (Persicaria capitata)

Cuphea hyssopifolia (false heather)

photo of 'Autumn Red' daylilly daylily (Hemerocallis): 'Autumn Red'

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Camellia japonica: 'Nuncio's Gem'

C. sasanqua: 'Chansonett'

candytuft (Iberis sempervirens)

Australian tea tree (Leptospermum laevigatum)

loquat tree (Eriobotrya japonica, flowers smell of almonds, fruit will ripen mid-spring)

photo of 'Mt. Hood' daffodil Narcissus (including daffodils): 'Soleil d'Or', 'Mt. Hood', 'Spencer Tracy', 'Peeping Tom'

primroses (Primula polyantha)

statice (sea lavender, Limonium perezii)

The Tree (insignificant little flowers that will produce buckets of seed to sweep up)

grape hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum)

fortnight lilies (Dietes iridiodes)


Also see My Garden Diary

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