On the last day of March, dogwoods are in full flower, redbuds are mostly passed, and native azaleas and Japanese azaleas are starting to be in full flower. Tulips, Spanish bluebells, and other early spring stalwarts are well-along.
In front of our small house in the mountains, variegated tulips alternate with emerging Heuchera, flowering Aquilegia (Eastern Columbine) and Stylophorum (Wood Poppy).
|Tulips and friends, end of March 2012|
|Sedum bed and front edges (end of March 2012)|
|view from Biltmore's South Terrace|