What’s in Bloom in Forsyth County this Week – April 9

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Each week, we update our what’s in bloom page. Visit that page for even more photos, information on where you can go to see these plants, and archived photos from past weeks.

Here are some photos of what is blooming this week at Extension’s gardens in Forsyth County. Great information on all these plants and more is available at the NC Extension Gardener Plant Toolbox.

Week of April 9

There are lots of spring ephemerals blooming this week. As the name suggests, these plants bloom during a very short window in the spring. Many of them are featured in our Wildflower Garden at the Arboretum at Tanglewood.

Trillium in bloom

Trillium erectum – Trillium Wake Robin, blooming at the Arboretum at Tanglewood Park. Trillium is a spring ephemeral.

Rhododendron in bloom.

Rhododendron ‘Hotspur Yellow’ – deciduous azalea, blooming at the Arboretum.

Golden Alexander in bloom

Zizia aurea- Golden Alexander, blooming at the Demonstration Garden.