Spring Blooming Flowers 4-23-2015

Happy Friday everyone!!

This week was full of exciting things, Earth Day, Arbor Day Today and also our first camping trip this weekend!

Click to see what was blooming in 2014 HERE and 2013 HERE!!


Scilla siberica – Siberian Squill


Sanguinaria canadensis – bloodroot


Bloodroot is used in the Pagan world as a proponent of marriages.

  • Place a bloodroot over your front door to encourage anyone who enters to respect your marriage.
  • To inspire a happy marriage, mix a combination of the two colored roots (darker red to brownish roots are King roots and the lighter orange to pinkish roots are Queen roots), wrap in a red flannel fabric and place under the marital bed.
  • If you fear someone is trying to break up your marriage, sew some dried bloodroot into yours and your spouse’s pillows.


Podophyllum peltatum – Mayapple, Mandrake, May Apple, May-apple.




I see you little asparagus. Come out so I can eat you!!


Magnolia stellata – Star magnolia



Acer Palmatum – Crimson Queen Japanese Maple

These are the types of photos I take at the nurseries for my clients.


Chaenomeles × superba – ‘Texas Scarlet’ Quince


Rhododendron PJM

© Ilex ~ Midwestern Plant Girl

30 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 4-23-2015

  1. I don’t even like asparagus, but I was up in my dad’s garden this week looking for some, just to feel like it is spring! I didn’t see any, but maybe this weekend some will come out!


  2. Look your nails sort of match the asparagus! 🙂

    Those Siberian Squill are beautiful, as are the Bloodroot. Are they small flowers, the bloodroot? Not sure that I’ve seen them or the Squills though I see plenty May Apples. My mother’s Rhododendron is in bloom right now, it’s so lovely. Great finds! 🙂


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