first_imgUnbelievable.It’s 50 degrees in Michigan the first week of January.And my first spring bulbs are blooming. Breaks all records of previous years for first spring blooms. Yes, these snowdrops are blooming in my front courtyard today.Last year, my first spring bulbs bloomed in mid-February. How about you? Any spring flowers blooming in your yard?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedPhoto of the Week: Mini Daffodils in BloomWith all the rain showers we’ve had in southeast Michigan in the past week, it’s no surprise my spring bulbs have finally started to burst into bloom. My mini daffodils popped through the soil earlier this month. The gorgeous yellow flowers, less than eight inches tall, started blooming a few…In “Garden”Photo of the Week: Spring Flowers Bloom in January, in MichiganFreezing ice and snow showers in southeast Michigan today makes it hard to believe one day ago it was almost 50 degrees. Yesterday afternoon, ice sculptures slowly melted at the annual Plymouth Ice Festival. I saw groups of young adults playing disc golf near Bennett Arboretum at Edward Hines Park.…In “Garden”Photo of the Week: My Garden Today, Coreopsis in BloomWith the cool weather and heavy spring rains ending (we hope!) in southeast Michigan, my early summer flowers are finally in bloom. Including one of my favorites, the yellow-petaled Coreopsis that blooms in my front courtyard. I believe the blooms in this post are a hybrid between the field Coreopsis…In “Garden”last_img

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