|Crocus chyrsanthus 'Princess Beatrix'|
|unnamed Helleborus x hybridus seedling|
The unseasonably warm weather has called forth blooms from most of the hellebores already, including the decadently double 'Kingston Cardinal'.
There are also solid dark purple, white ones and near black ones, but there's no room for photos of them here, as there's more to see in this March's garden.
There are the little irises in full bloom. The slightly shorter than average Iris reticulata 'Pixie',
The little daffodils are coming into bloom.
|Narcissus 'February Silver'|
The garden is not limited to bulbs and hellebores. The first of the native wildflowers has bloomed.
|Hepatica nobilis var. acuta|
Still in full bloom and looking mighty fine is the witchhazel, Hammamelis x intermedia 'Sunburst'.
Also in bloom:
Crocus siberi 'Tricolor'
Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa
Narcissus 'Small Talk'
last fall's pansies