|Ipheion uniflorum, a South American native, has produced a flower here or there for the past month but now the tiny bulbs are blooming in earnest|
|The noID Narcissus I planted my first year here are starting to bloom|
|Veltheimia bracteata, another South African bulb, has also returned to flower this year|
While I may not have the blooms I had last year at this time, I know I have a larger head-start on spring than many areas of the country so I'm not complaining. More rain is expected tomorrow night too. My fingers are crossed that this will help keep 2018 out of the record books as the driest year on record for Los Angeles.
To close, here's a shot of a second Ferraria bloom, which opened just this morning.
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