Don't hate me because I live in South Carolina. The temperature was 70 degrees yesterday, and I opened the windows to let in the warm January air. This winter has been unusually mild, but even in colder winters, something blooms or provides interesting foliage every day of the year in my garden. Take advantage of late winter days to put some plants in your garden for blooms next winter.
Hellebore blooms in the January garden
|Every year I plant daffodils for spring color. These are the earliest ones.|
Pansies live through our winters, and although they may become tattered from cold weather, after I trim them and fertilize them, they bloom until hot weather kills them.