Vienna, VA(Zone 7a)

Nice signs of spring, Sally and Holly!

Sally, looks like you netted a really cool tree! This site says the leaves get up to 30" long and the flowers up to 12" wide!

1) My purple primroses are the first to bloom.
2) Primroses and NOID daffodils; on the right, there's a clump of yellow primroses that will open soon.
3) More daffodils. I like them up there on the hill; I wish I could plant more but it's difficult to dig under the tree.

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Lucketts, VA(Zone 7a)

SSG - for your moist, sun/part sun location:

American Beautyberry - Calicarpa americana
Silky Dogwood - Cornus aamomum
Gray Dogwood - Cornus racemosa
Winterberry - Ilex verticillata
Virginia Sweetspire - Itea virginica
Mountain Laurel - Kalmia latifloia
Ninebark - Physocarpus opulifolius
Pinxterbloom Azalea - Rhododendron periclymenoidess
Steeplebush - Spirea tomentosa
Viburnum acerifolium
V. dentatum
V. nudum
and other Viburnums that Viburnum Valley can no doubt recommend

Anne Arundel,, MD(Zone 7b)

Gottdamm that VV ist sehr gut! Correct

Lititz, PA(Zone 6b)

Moving to here:

Vienna, VA(Zone 7a)

Ha ha Sally!

SSG, if you want a tree, what about a Dogwood?
I think I have Fritillarias; I planted them so long ago I can't remember what they are. They don't smell good, but I don't get a whiff of them very often so I don't mind.

Dover, PA(Zone 6b)

Our Mahonia was just loaded with buds but that last Arctic blast froze ever one of them. I'm hoping it didn't destroy the lilac buds again like last year. Those late blast destroy buds that have started swelling.

Vienna, VA(Zone 7a)

What kind of Mahonia do you have?
The leaves of my Mahonia aquifolium shrubs got scorched this winter, but the buds seem okay.

Anne Arundel,, MD(Zone 7b)

I have Mahonia bealei, and same here, the flowers were pretty wrecked and no mild mid winter days to enjoy the lovely sweet smell

Remember there is a continuation thread already

Dover, PA(Zone 6b)

Thanks Sally I missed that:

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