Western Hills Garden—
What’s Blooming archive
March 2018

March 2018: Many Camellias still in bloom. Other plants that are blooming include:

Abelia, Abutilon, Acacia, Allium, Alstroemeria, Banksia “Golden Candlesticks”, Berberis, Bergenia, Biden, Caltha palustris (“Marsh Marigolds”), Campanula, Cercis (“Redbud”), Cestrum, Chaenomeles (“Flowering Quince”), Choisya, Clematis armandii (“Evergreen”), Coleonema, Correa, Corydalis, Corylopsis (“Winter Hazel”), Crocus, Cuphea, Daffodils, Daphne, Echium vulgare, Edgeworthia, Epimedium, Erica, Forsythia, Fuchsias, Geranium (“Cranesbill”), Grevillea, Hardenbergia, Hebes, Hellebores, Climbing Hydrangea x seemanii, Justicia brandegeeana (“Shrimp plant”), Justicia rizzinii (“Brazilian Fuschia”), Kerria, Knifophia, Leucojum aestivum (“Summer Snowflake”), Ligularia, ‘Hercules’ lilies, Loropetalum chinense (“Chinese Fringe Flower”), Lychnis coronaria (“Rose Campion”), Magnolia, Mahonia, Manzanita, Mathiasella, Melianthus major (“Honeybush”), Myosotis (“Forget-Me-Nots”), Omphalodes, Osmanthus, Passiflora (“Passion Flower”), Penstemon, Persicaria, Phlomis, Polygala, Poncirus trifoliata (“Flying Dragon”), Pseudocydonia, Pulmonaria, Rhododendrons, Ribes, Roldana petasitis (“Velvet Groundsel”), Rosemary, Salvias, Sarcococca, Stachyurus praecox, Symphytum (“Comfrey”), Tagetes erecta (“Mexican marigold”), Teucrium, Tibouchina semidecandra (“Princess flower”), Tulips, and Westringia.

Pictured: Three species of camellia.

Frank C Houser camellia  camellia  Camellia sinensis

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