Hello Willow!I am envious of your garden being so much ahead of us! What a fantasic show of colour. I had a viburnum ('Eve Price' I think?) at the old house and loved its tiny flowers and rich, green foliage. I'm glad that you're on board for the photo challenge - it's going to only be as complex/time consuming as you want it to be and you don't have to post daily (I will inevitably clump mine together and do a few larger posts when time allows)! The post will go up in the next week or so :)Best wishes,Tash from vintagepretty.org
Oh I always envy you the more temperate climate that allows you to have so much blooming in the January garden! I must find snowdrops! They were my favorite as a child. I think I'm going to have to go to a specialty store and look for the bulbs -- in the fall. I'm reading the best book right now -- Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life and it goes through her garden season by season with artwork and photos new and old. I would love to have more happening in my garden in winter. Just today I purchased 6 primroses from Aldi as they are just gorgeous and only 99 cents each. At least I will have something blooming indoors and perhaps they will keep unit March when I will add them to my garden. I don't think I will see primroses blooming in my garden until late February or early March.
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