My first blooms of the year. The miniature daffodils were given to The Mr. and I two years ago from a neighbor as part of a continuous blooming potted arrangement. It was a "welcome to the neighborhood" gift. When the daffodil blooms fade, other blooms will (hopefully) take their place. The pot had all sorts of different bulbs in it, all planted at different heights and with different blooming times. I threw the whole bundle into the flowerbed a while ago, and voila- it is still alive. It snowed when the blooms were forming, so they are a little droopy!
This is a bush-like plant that I do not have the name for. If anyone knows what this is, can you please comment on this post and let me know? Thanks! UPDATE: I posted this photo on a hyrangea forum, and they told me it was most likely a type of Viburnum tinus, probably 'Spring Bouquet'.