We've definitely had a very wintery spring, but between snow storms, the Garden offers an abundant supply of spring flowers that muscle their way through the bad weather.
Found only in the Water Conservation Garden, this low-growing evergreen begins blooming right after the snow melts.
This shade-loving perennial enjoys the canopy of trees found only along the Fern Gully path.
Native to North America, this handsome little flower can be found in the Medicinal Garden.
Towering over the neighboring daffodils, this early spring bulb can be found growing in the Water Conservation Garden.
The soft purple flowers look like tiny bundles of grapes, giving this plant its common name.
This species has been cultivated for so long it is uncertain where it originates, but its seeds have been discovered in archaeological excavations in Armenia dating back 6,000 years.
A sure sign of spring, Pasque Flower will continue to bloom into early summer then produce fluffy seed heads.
Bulbs are popping up all over the Garden and now is the time to plan your visit to see 500,000+ blooming bulbs up close and personal.