|Alyssum, Pansy and Dianthus. The fragrance of this alyssum is intoxicating; so is that of Dianthus though it has a much more sweeter-cinnamony fragrance.|
|Yellow Wallflowers (Erysimum); the red ones are yet to bloom but will do it soon. I'm forgetting the name of the third flower. I will have to look it up tomorrow morning.|
Various colors of Hyacinth which are in full bloom now. The larger pictures show some more color.
How can I ignore my weeds which not only provide food for me (a topic to be written about later) but also makes my lawn look beautiful in the spring. Dandelion, Speedwell and Violets, all growing everywhere in every nook and cranny around my garden. They look the lawns very pretty, and also provide food to all the bees that are now waking up.
Euphorbia, Cow-slips (when will it spread and colonize the whole area? I can't wait any more though I just planted it in the fall of 2015), Grape-Hyacinth, Daffodils and Persia Purple Fritillaria
Fritallari flowers and creeping phlox
These are yet to bloom though the buds have become fatter -- Rhododendron, Dogwood and Ajuga. Hopefully, I will be able to showcase them in next month's bloggers bloom day.
I'm also joining in the memes hosted by Nature Notes hosted by Rambling Woods and St Germain's meme