It's Garden Blogger's Bloom Day and time to show what's blooming in my garden. March is all about our Texas state flower, Lupinus texensis or Texas Bluebonnet.
They've totally taken over the gravel topped crevice garden.
And they continue through the fence.
My favorite part is they've begun to spread into the Buffalo Grass lawn.
Very appropriate star pattern from the top view
A few more blooms, mostly in the tank garden.
Blackfoot Daisy (Melampodium leucanthum) another native wildflower which is evergreen and very nearly everblooming. It only takes a break during the coldest and hottest weather.
Behind the Blackfoot Daisy are Tazetta Narcissus 'Golden Dawn'.
Tazetta Narcissus are one the only narcissus bulbs which can reliably naturalize in our climate.
A nice combination with the daisies and narcissus.
Reve d'or Rose is a climber and early bloomer.
Native Scarlet Buckeye (Aesculus pavia) is becoming quite a specimen. It's dormant most of the year so I must be careful not to cut it down.
Mexican Buckeye (Ugnandia speciosa) is happy we fenced the deer out and is now growing into a nice tree.
One more Bluebonnet shot, I can't resist!
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