Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day – 15 March 2019

Each month on the 15th garden bloggers around the world post what’s blooming in their gardens. Here’s what’s blooming in mine. Thanks to the May Dreams Garden Blog for the idea.

Another month without blooms here, well outside blooms, anyway. But things are getting oh-so-close. So instead of a look at what is blooming here in my garden, this month we’ll just focus on what is growing – no matter how small and insignificant seeming that growth may be.

Or not. It snowed this week, so now everything is covered again. Such is life in northern Utah in March.

Thank goodness for the tulips I forced this year and for the seedlings I have growing in our spare room.

close up photo of inside a tulip bloom

I saved the tag for this tulip so I could remember the variety. If only I could remember where the tag was…

Grace and her pumpkin(s). I don’t know if we’ll end up planting them outside…it was more of a fun thing to do one snowy day.

photo of basil plant in windowsill

Anytime I want to be reminded that summer is coming I just go nibble on this basil plant.

My onions are looking nice. I’ll be moving them outside during the daytime soon.

Blue flax from some seed I collected last fall.


  1. We tried starting stuff from seed inside last year and had quite the crop…and then almost every single last one (out of hundreds and hundreds of seedlings) died when we moved them outside, with the exception of two marigold plants, I think. I’m guessing we just didn’t harden them off correctly, but it definitely made me reticent to ever try THAT again, ha ha.

  2. Your basil plant looks so good! I put mine outside for some sun one day and I forgot to bring it back inside. Needless to say it did not survive the night 🙁

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