Flowers Blooming in February

Fellow blogger Carol, from May Dreams Garden, hosts a Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day on the 15th of every month.  This is the day that bloggers from all over the world post what’s blooming in their garden.  I usually don’t have much to contribute in the winter, but I did discover a couple of blooms yesterday.

First of all, our weather this week has been crazy.

Warm on Tuesday


Snow on Wednesday

snow 2/13 snow 2/13

And back to warm on Thursday


I think that explains the confusion my plants must be going through.

This Phlox subulata usually starts blooming the end of March,

phlox in february

And the daffodils about the same time

daffoil 2/13

Who knows what next week will bring!

Have a great day!

p.s.  35 days until spring!!!

About the blonde gardener

I'm an Arkansas girl born and raised. I garden in the beautiful Northwest part of the state (zone 6b or 7) surrounded by the Ozark Mountains. My favorite part about the area is we have 4 distinct seasons and are able to enjoy a variety of activities. My main passion is gardening but I also enjoy hiking, birding, 4-wheeling and motorcycle trips. Basically anything outside. Thanks for stopping by! Brenda
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14 Responses to Flowers Blooming in February

  1. 35 days isn’t that long!! lucky you having daffodils already!


  2. Holleygarden says:

    Wow! You have more daffodils blooming than I do – and you have snow! I guess they are a bit anxious for spring!


  3. Weird is the new normal, at least when it comes to weather. I’m guessing you live at a higher elevation to get snow this time of year in Arkansas.


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  5. How could does it have to get to snow? I don’t have a clue. We are having the same kind of crazy weather. Tonight it is going down to 29, which will certainly kill off all the azalea blooms, and in a few days it is scheduled to go back to 75.


  6. Peter says:

    Our daffodils are way behind yours! Snow then warm again sounds like winter and spring are fighting it out to see who will win. My bet’s on spring.


  7. amanda tomas says:

    oh me i would like some daffidils


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