Brushwood Gardens. I checked the website to see if they still had this one, and didn't see it. But they did have tons of other gorgeous vines. The petals curve back towards the base of the flower. I can't remember the name but if you'd like this in your garden, leave me a comment and I'll dig through my plant tags for you.
The buds are wrapped tight, like little presents. hiding yellow daisy-like flowers inside.
"Hooray! Hooray! It's spring!!" If the dancing frog hose guide could talk, I'm sure that's what he would say.
"You're not done scrolling, are you? Keep going!"
I am a hopeless klutz and usually avoid buying pots that stand the slightest chance of breaking. Glazed clay and ceramic pots usually sell for $35+ in our local garden centers. That's about $35 more than I'm willing to pay for something I'll probably drop. But I found these at Home Goods for $6 a piece and plan on filling them with lavender. I hope I don't break them!
These little scilla were tucked into an order of plants as a freebie from an online nursery several years ago. They are the very first plant to bloom.
New growth from a purple euphorbia from my friend Annette. I can't resist purple flowers or foliage.
The promise of flowers from the viburnum trilobum, or American cranberry bush.