One of the clumps of daffs will be opening soon. This one I think is the double Narcissus pseudonarcissus or Lent Lily. There's a single in there, too, which I prefer over the double.
I would love to have a garden paved with the singles, they have such grace. These came from
my husband's grandmother's garden.
Other than that, it's more of the same. :) There's not much blooming here this time of year, but what is blooming is delightfully fragrant.
I think it would be interesting to do a blindfold test to see how many people could tell the difference between Winter Honeysuckle and Daphne. The fragrance of both plants has a very sweet essence of lemon.
The Prunus mume by the mailbox still has some flowers on it, while this one in the big perennial bed is at its peak.
When flowers fade there's always buds to take their place.
Thank you to Katarina at roses and stuff for hosting Blooming Friday.