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What’s Blooming March 15







Variegated Arabis

Daphne 'Summer Ice'

I have no idea...

Bleeding Heart


Saucer Magnolia

White Hyacinth

Purple Hyacinth

Grape Hyacinth

Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day takes place on the 15th of every month and all started with May Dreams Gardens.

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  1. Your “have no idea” is Five-leaf Akebia (Akebia quinata). I have it too, and LOVE it! Of course, mine isn’t blooming yet. :-) I love all your Euphorbias! I have a few, but some I want aren’t hardy here, so I grow the ones that are. Your white hyacinths sure look yellow to me! And they’re lovely! I’ll bet they smell heavenly!


    March 14, 2010
    • Thanks Kylee! I tried looking up the Akebia online but for some reason when I Googled “climbing vine small white cream flowers” it only gave me Climbing Hydrangea results. This was much faster – you’re awesome. I agree that my white Hyacinths look a little yellow, but I wouldn’t buy a yellow one on purpose so it must be white! ;) I also have problems with a couple of the Euphorbias in my garden. Some make it over the winter and look great while others get really sad looking and die. At least they’re worth it!


      March 15, 2010
  2. I love all of the variety in your garden.


    March 15, 2010
  3. Lots in flower, love your euphorbias and your akebia, gorgeous.


    March 15, 2010
  4. wow – your magnolia is magnificent! And you just helped my identify a plant of mine – I thought I had a woodland anemone but those crazy shaped leaves and brilliant white blooms is actually Bloodroot. Thanks!!


    March 15, 2010
  5. What you have done to your yard is almost as amazing as what you did to the house!!
    Great job.


    April 10, 2010

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