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March Bloom Day 2010

What’s blooming in your garden this month? Gerbera daisy Gerbera jamesonii which orginates from the Transvaal region of South Africa. One of my favorite flowers.

A bunch of yellow flowers on a wooden fence.

Carolina jasmine (or “jessamine”) Gelsemium sempervirens blooming this month along my back fence. This is courtesy of my neighbors garden.

A bunch of yellow flowers on a plant in front of a metal fence.
A close up of a yellow flower.

The very first bloom of my Azalea indica ‘Formosa‘  this spring. Their are buds all over the shrub that will open this week, but this one was the first.

A pink flower on a branch with green leaves.
A close up of a bush with pink flowers.
A pink flower bud on a green leaf.

Narcissus jonquilla are in bloom this month.

A yellow daffodil is growing on a green plant.
Three yellow daffodils on a stem.

Yes, the weeds are blooming too. I only pull out the ugly ones (sometimes). I think this one is pretty.

A yellow dandelion is growing in the dirt.

Another pretty weed growing in an old flower pot.

A close up of a small plant with white flowers.

Finally the rose Pink Double Knockout® Rose “Radtkopink”.

Two pink roses are blooming in a garden.
A pink rose is blooming in a pot.
A pink rose is blooming in a garden.
A pink rose is blooming in a garden.

Visit May Dreams Gardens to see what’s blooming on this date in gardens around the world.

And don’t forget that Foliage Follow-Up is tomorrow hosted by Pam at Digging.

3 thoughts on “March Bloom Day 2010”

  1. The rose picture is absolutely breathtaking! My whole front yard and pastures are covered in the yellow weeds that you captured. I wouldn’t let my husband mow this weekend.

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