The First Spring Flowers

A group of pink, purple, and white Hellebore flowers.
The old adage is that “April showers bring May flowers” — but who wants to wait for May for spring to begin?

There are several flowers that bloom as soon as the frost thaws. Winter aconite, hellebore, camellia, pansies, and — of course — crocuses all come up early, giving you brand new flowers for the spring. There are also the aptly named snowdrop and glory of the snow (also known as chionodoxa).

A yellow bloom of winter aconite.
If you prefer to see your blooms overhead, witch-hazel is a tree that offers beautiful yellow or red blooms in early spring. And the lovely and fragrant magnolia blossoms will be blooming in the next few weeks as well!
A magnolia tree against a blue sky.
Starting a garden this spring? Compost now, so you can fertilize later! Here are ten tips for better composting for your garden this spring.

If you’re not growing your own flowers, then check out this guide to Ontario wildflowers and have fun spotting the native species on your next nature walk!
A field of purple crocuses in spring.

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