Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Spring, March and Indoor Flowers

My garden woke up and surprised me with very early shoots. New flowers popped in the warmest places. I took photos to show you such long-awaited sprouts - 2020. This is a new spring, nature comes to life. The yesterday's snow melted and today is sunny weather. Small bulbs in icy soil begin to sprout.
 

 Leucojum vernum


 crocus

sedum

Young shoots of tulip leaves boldly pop through the solid soil and last year's grass and leaves. Even snow that falls down at nights and cold wind doesn't stop their growth.

tulips

a rose under covering

hyacinth

Hyacinths are the most frost-resistant spring flowers. Their buds well withstand cold. I really like their pleasant and slightly strong smell, especially when blooming hyacinths are in the room.

 daffodil tazetta indoor forced

Forcing daffodils is not a difficult task and after 4-5 months in a cool place daffodils sprouted. I moved the pot to a warm room and now bright yellow daffodils decorate it.


I usually keep calla bulbs in a cool place of the house during the winter. But this winter was so warm that even in the corridor it was not cool enough therefore calla bulbs sprouted in March. I planted the sprouting calla bulbs in a large pot and placed them near the window. The plant gave 4 white calla flowers.

calla

pelargonium

Happy spring and stay safe and healthy during this time of epidemic.



Here is my video about the Gardens of Tulips, the Netherlands:


40 comments:

  1. It's a great time of the year, Nadezda. All kinds of green shoots are poking up through the ground now, and I suspect that crocuses (croci?) will be blooming soon.

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    1. David, you're right this is long-waited time after winter,greenness pleases especially flowers.

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  2. Good morning dear Nadezda,
    Great to see your garden is bringing you so many springflowers.
    Happy springtime!!
    Stay healthy,
    Rosehugs Marijke

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    1. First spring flowers distract from the bad news, Marijke.
      Hope you're healthy.

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  3. Hello dear Nadezda!
    Beautiful spring flowers! I also kept my Cala in my basement, but it just brings me new leaves. Your have been lucky.
    Hugs

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    1. Marit, calla surprised me this spring, the big bulb bloomed with 4 flowers and the second small one is giving 2 flowers more.
      Stay healthy.

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  4. Que bonito querida Nadezda, se ve ya muy hermoso. Feliz día y mucha salud. Besos.

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  5. Beautiful flowers, lovely photos to dee. The garden of Tulips is really magical.I hope one day I will visit this place, who knows. ;)))
    Warm greetings, stay safe. <3

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    1. Thank you Agnes, glad you liked my video about the Garden of tulips.
      Hugs!

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  6. Hello Dear Nadezda!
    Beautiful spring flowers. Your Calla delighted me. She is beautiful.
    I wish you good health. Take care of yourself.
    Hugs and greetings.

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    1. Dear Lucja,
      thanks for your kind wishes,the same to you!

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  7. Beautiful pics and stunning video!Hugs!

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    1. Thank you, glad you liked my photos and video.

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  8. Que precioso está amiga. La primavera llega con mucha vida. Cuídate.
    Desde casa te mando este abrazo🙅

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    1. Querida Laura, la primavera nos da esperanza.
      Las noticias de su país molestan.
      Cuídate a ti mismo y a Paco,

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  9. My Dear, your garden comes to life beautifully. Wonderful flowers and among them hyacinths. I love their colors and smell, but it's too intense for my husband. In my garden, violets are slowly blooming.
    Best regards. Stay healthy.
    Anita

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    1. Anita, I love violets as well, they are nice flowers. I can imagine how your garden is beautiful.
      Take care!

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  10. Se ve muy hermoso tu jardín, me encanta ver los brotes de las flores. Te deseo mucha salud querida Nadezda. Abrazos.

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    1. Si, Teresa me encantan primeros flores, les esparaba tanto tiempo in invierno.

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  11. Happy Spring Nadezda! Isn't it exciting to see flowers and plants emerging. Your little Galanthus is so sweet. Amazing that the Calla Lily is already blooming. All are happy sights in this worrying time. Stay healthy.

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    1. Yes, it is Lisa. Calla is still blooming with 4th flower.
      Take care.

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  12. I am glad to know you are enjoying lots of beautiful spring signs.

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    1. Yes I am, roughterrain crane.
      I love this time of the year.

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  13. Happy spring and new gardening year, dear Nadezda!

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  14. Hello Nadezda. During these difficult times around the world, the garden brings joy. Your Leucojum vernum arising from the ground and other signs of spring brought a smile to my face this morning while reading your post. Let's all try to concentrate on the beautiful things and try to take refuge to the garden whenever possible. I look forward to warmer days and ventures to the outdoors.

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    1. Lee, I agree nature brings us peace and hope the difficult times finish soon. My garden distract from bad news, I enjoy seeing spring signs.
      Stay healthy!

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    2. Какая красота, глаз радует..Прекрасны первые цветы.А у нас еще снет лежит огромными сугробами.

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    3. И у вас, Лариса, весна настанет обязательно. Зима была теплая здесь, поэтому весна ранняя.
      Спасибо что заглянули ко мне.

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  15. Beautiful signs of spring, Nadezda!
    Take care🍀

    Hugs, Ida

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    1. Thank you Ida, glad you liked these flowers,
      stay healthy!

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  16. What a wonderful post, Nadezda! Thank you.
    Stay safe and healthy!

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    1. You're welcome, Sara. Spring will be very soon at your home.
      Much health to you too.

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