A field of sunshine in the Skagit Valley

Spring has a mind of it's own, and it seems to favor Washington State over Wisconsin. See what's blooming in transplant Linda O'Connell's Whidbey Island garden!

"My husband, Dan and I are recent transplants to Whidbey Island, WA and after spending most of our lives in WI, we are still delighted at how early spring arrives here and how long it lasts. Here is a glimpse at what is flowering now in February."

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Lobularia 'Snow Princess' from last year

Vinca Minor, 'Bowle's Variety'

Edgeworthia

Daphne ' O Zuiko Nishiki'

Euphorbia 'myrsinites'

Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' showing it's new growth

Jonquils

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