Winter Blooming Flowers 1-26-2015

It’s been over 3 months since I pulled off a ‘Blooming Flowers’ post! I can’t wait until spring. I think the earliest I’ve seen flowers was early March, 2012. What a wacky year. Things were so early. We can only hope.

Click HERE to see what was blooming last year!

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Schlumbergera truncata – Thanksgiving cactus

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Saintpaulias – African Violet

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Gymnocalycium mihanovichii – Moon cactus

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Schlumbergera truncata – Thanksgiving cactus

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Justicia brandegeana – Shrimp plant

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Primula polyantha – Primrose

I love these little guys. So cute… And really cheap at $2 a piece.

27 thoughts on “Winter Blooming Flowers 1-26-2015

  1. I agree – I’ve always liked primroses, and African Violets – similar little things πŸ™‚ The cacti are amazingly varied, and I love the yellow shrimp bush. I have a pink type in my garden – which I like as it survives with no help from me! πŸ™‚

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  2. I live in Mexico and we have those shrimp plants growing like ivy, covering walls. Yet another wonderful post that put a smile on my face as I have my first cuppa joe.

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  3. Flowering houseplants and garden dreams truly help keep us warm during the cold Midwestern winters! I garden nearby, and I just discovered your blog. You have a new follower! Stay warm! β™‘

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  4. Oh my! ❀ I have the gardening bug right now and can't WAIT for this whole "Freezing" thing can be done with so I can plant some seeds! Thank for the flower fix. I sure needed it!

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