The hardy little Blackfoot daisies are just beginning to show some blossoms.
And that hardiest of plants, orange bulbine, continues its blooming ways.
My little Satsuma tree is full of tiny buds, but it's not quite in bloom yet.
Among the other citrus trees, the Meyer lemon has begun to open its buds. I find these delicate blossoms very attractive and so do the bees.
The pollinators flock to the little Mandarin orange's flowers as well.
Elsewhere among the fruit trees, the 'Gulf Rose' plum that I planted a few weeks ago has started blooming.
And the pomegranate tree that I planted during the winter is getting ready to burst into bloom but it hasn't quite made it yet. Even at this stage, though, I find the buds attractive.
March is redbud time in Southeast Texas.
And under the redbud tree, the old azalea, holdover from a previous landscape scheme, is full of blooms.
March is also blueberry blooming time here.
So far, I haven't found any season that isn't Turk's cap blooming time!
I could say the same for the autumn sage.
My mystery plant that I showed you a week ago is still a mystery and it is still blooming. I'm almost certain it is some kind of allium, but I haven't been able to pin down just what its name is. I quite like the blossom though.
No mystery here. It's purple oxalis in bloom at the feet of a 'Belinda's Dream' rose which will soon be in bloom, too.
'Laura Bush' petunias and an unknown verbena have reseeded themselves at various spots in my garden. Here they are next to the garden shed, overseen by one of my garden gnomes.
This camellia, like too many plants in my garden, is anonymous. It was mislabeled when I bought it a few years ago at one of the big box stores. It didn't turn out as I expected, but I like it anyway, even if I don't know its name. A camellia by any other name would be just as beautiful.
The crossvine, 'Tangerine Dream,' makes a colorful display on the veggie garden fence.
Our state flower, the bluebonnet, is beginning its bloom in my wildflower bed. There are a few pink bonnets in among the more traditionally colored blossoms, as well.
Happy Bloom Day to you all and thank you for visiting my garden this month. Don't forget to stop by our hostess Carol's May Dreams Gardens and see the list of all of this month's participants. It's always fun to see what is growing in gardens around the world on this day each month.