I am enjoying a couple of Hellebores. This one has been given up for dead several times and actually this is the first bloom I've seen in years. naturally I can't remember it's name. I continue to just love this Helleborus foetidus or Bear's Foot Hellebore. Green flowers have a special place in my heart (right next to black ones).
This Grevillea juniperina 'Low Red' is a new addition to the danger garden via last weekends garden show. I fell in love and since it's the closest I'll ever come to being able to grow a Protea (it's in the Proteaceae family) I had to have it.
The Bridal Veil Spiraea is slow to get started this spring.
The Pieris japonica is having a bouintiful year!
The shrub is a bit on the ugly side but I do like the blooms. And lastly the Euphorbia are all on the brink of exploding into bloom. Right now they are all putting on their shy act and bending down towards the ground, so charming! Euphorbia amygdaloides var. Robbiae
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