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Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

By Alternativeeden @markngaz

As a mainly foliage garden we never really have any moment wherein the garden has exuberant floriferous displays. And when I took photos the other days I wasn't surprised at all that our floral offerings this month are rather meagre. But upon walking around this afternoon I spotted that we actually have a lot more in flower than I previously gave the garden credit for!

Alas I didn't have the time to take more pictures, the chance may have to wait till the coming weekend. With today being very sunny and the warmest day of the year so far the priority till it started getting dark was to water the garden. But better have a few to present than none!

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

Beschorneria septentrionalis about to bloom.

The variegated Beschorneria septentrionalis remained outdoors all winter. Although it sailed through fine it's no longer looking as pristine as it ought to be. Blemished but very much alive. And now it's about to bloom. Hopefully it will send out offsets after.


Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

Stachyurus sp.

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

Helleborus 'Anna's Red' still at it with its pretty blooms!

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

Think pink! Staphylea holocarpa 'Rosea'

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2015

These blooms are so hidden and so easy to miss - Asarum caudatum

We join Carol of May Dreams Gardens for this months Bloom Day! Click on the link to see what's blooming in the garden of other bloggers this month. Mark :-)

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