Forsythia, Rhododendrons, Scilla, Snowdrops, Violets, Primroses Early Spring Bloomers at BRG
Even with the unusually cool and rainy weather, Spring is starting to bloom at the BRG in Port Credit. Here's a look at some of the flowers and shrubs you can see on a walk through the Garden now, with more blooms arriving with each burst of warm sunny weather.
|Deep Pink Rhododendron South Garden Near Lake Ontario|
|Rhododendron Mucronolatum 'Cornell Pink"|
|Pieris Japonica - Japanese Andromeda|
|Scilla Siberica - Wood Squill - Siberian Squill|
|Siberian Squill - Scilla Sibericus Close Up|
|Purple Wood Violets Blooming at BRG|
|Snowdrops in Bloom Around Interim Place Plaque at BRG|
|Yellow Primroses along Tecumseh Creek at BRG|
|Forsythia Finally Beginning to Bloom|
With the cool, wet spring, the azaleas and rhododendrons as well as the usual spring blooming plants are flowering a little later in the season. Here are pictures of the rhodos in bloom the end of May 2010, and May 12 2009.