The flowers that peek their heads out in late winter and early spring have arrived at our house. Have you seen them yet? Enough warm South Carolina days means blooming has begun. Many of these will be OK if we (**gasp**) have another freeze, which is highly likely.
If you need some color in your garden this time of the year, here are a few plants you may consider planting this spring and fall for blooming next year.
Pieris is a slightly droopy plant, but not in a sad way! It is beautiful droopy - like a weeping willow tree.
Junior Master Gardener that he is) planted yellow daffodil bulbs last fall. Can you see they are about to burst open with flowers any day now? (Please ignore the surrounding waves of weeds. I haven't made the weeding rounds to this flower bed yet).
Happy, happy week,