The Best of February Bloom Day

We live south of the bad weather that plagues Georgia. It does get cold and sometimes freezes but we have something in bloom year-round.  Here’s a sample of what’s blooming on Valentine’s Day 2014.

Magnolia 'Leonard Messell'

Magnolia ‘Leonard Messell’

Daffodil

Daffodil

Alternanthera cuttings and Begonia sempervirens

Alternanthera cuttings and Begonia sempervirens

China Pink Hyacinths

China Pink Hyacinths

Peek into Greenhouse

Peek into Greenhouse

White Shrimp Plant

White Shrimp Plant

Persian Shield blooms

Persian Shield blooms

Camellia

Camellia

Daffodils

Daffodils

Linking to Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday Flower Flaunt.

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5 Comments

  1. Your daffodils are already in bloom! How exciting! I’m still waiting here – anxiously! Your camellia is gorgeous, and I want to smell that hyacinth!

  2. lovely shots !! makes me long for Spring !!!!

  3. with snow still on the grouind in Louisville…I’m a little envious of your sproutings!…but, after the snow melts I bet ours will begin to peek through…Thanks for a sign that Spring is coming!

  4. Nell Jean

     /  February 14, 2014

    The burro tail was in a tiny hanging pot at Lowe’s in Tallahassee last winter, not expensive at all. When I go there again, which is not often, I will look for String of Pearls, I want that too.

  5. Nell Jean – We’ve got that same red camellia. Your pink magnolia is spectacular. Enjoyed seeing the white shrimp plant – don’t think I had ever seen one. Am envious of your burrow’s tail, too. Would like to have that and the one known as string of pearls.

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