Waretrop's Flowers Beginning In The Gardens

waretrop

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April 8th and just look at the Hellebore and other things that are blooming...

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Contorted Hazelnut or Harry Lauder Walking Stick Catkins

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Star Manolia

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Don't ask what they all are right now. I haven't been out there the clean them out and find the labels. BTW, one of the Hellebore will be a black flower.
 

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Things are really beginning to pop around here...Every evening we talke a walk around some of the gardens and see so many changes.

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Hellebore

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Italian Plum

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Snowdrops
 
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#5
Very nice! It's great to have blooms again.
For some reason the email I got about this post, did not lead to this post. It went to a different thread-"
Waretrop Is Beginning To See Flowers In The Greenhouse"
 

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I put it in the wrong place and deleted it. Then placed a new post here. These plants are not growing in the greenhouse they are in the outside gardens....So sorry...LOL
 

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So nice that Spring is here. I've always wanted a plum tree. Don't know why I haven't gotten one. I'm not familiar with Hellbore. I know it's a perennial. Does it grow from roots or bulbs, and how long does it bloom. I see a lot of gardeners on the National Gardening Association forum plant it and have beautiful ones as you do.