Daffodils are Blooming!

Besides daffodils, the warm weather has caused other bulbs, like reticulated iris and crocus to start bloom in the Josephine Hatcher Woodland Garden. The main flowering action will occur here over the next couple of weeks with the emergence of trilliums, trout lily and Jack-in-the-Pulpit. Other than that, the main plants putting on a show in these cold temperatures are the hardy camellias, displaying whites, pinks and reds and the hellobores.
Photographs by David Zielinski, webmaster.

WHAT: Evergreen Clematis (Clematis armandii "Snowdrift")

Corrie's Bridge and Garden of Hope and Healing

This small and delicate flower normally blooms late February to early March. It is named after a French missionary who discovered it in China and brought it to Europe. There is a coloring page of this flower available.

*If you are interested in photographing these flowers for nonprofessional use, please don't lay in the garden beds. You may crush emerging flowers. AND please don't pick the flowers! We want everyone to enjoy the flowers. Thank you!

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