In the Binghamton, New York area (zone 5b), we haven't gotten the blizzards of further east, but we have snow, nevertheless.
One of my spouse's raised beds tells the story of what it looks like outside.
But inside - it's another story.
Usually, I am scrounging through the house on a March GBBD, praying for something - anything - to be in bloom.
Not this year, and I'm so happy.
My forced hyacinth.
My Thanksgiving cactus (cactii?) have burst into bloom again, near a potbound moth orchid that has a few buds on it.
Last month, I showed you some of the red poinsettias I managed to rebloom - this month it's the white one's turn.
A begonia I overwintered.
And finally, a coleus waits patiently for the time I can plant these rooted cuttings outside.
I can't believe I have so much to offer my readers. Thank you for visiting!
In another week it's spring. Until then, why don't you join Carol at May Dream Gardens and the other garden bloggers who participate in Garden Bloggers Bloom Day every 15th of the month?