We'll start with the viola's or Johnny-jump-ups as we called them when I was growing up. I like to have these in my yard because they remind me of my mother. One year she bought a packet of the little purple and yellow Johnny-jump-ups and we spread the seeds on the bank of the ditch where our yard met the road. We had a wooden fence there so they went on the bank behind the fence between it and the road. They grew great there and we had Johnny-jump-ups all over the bank when they came up and it was very pretty. I was 6 or 8 years old and I remember thinking that because we just threw the seeds out there and didn't actually "plant" them that they would never grow but my mother explained that that was why the were called Johnny-jump-ups because they could pop up anywhere you threw the seeds.
I have 3 pots of these. There were 4 of them but one of the cats decided they were good to eat (I caught him at it) and he got one of the pots.
Here are some of the daffodils. Daffodils almost grow wild here in GA. They are just everywhere and always do well. This batch however has never bloomed this nicely as there used to be a rambling rose bush that over grew them. The bush finally started looking bad and dying off and Phil cut it out completely last fall and the daffodils look much nicer this year. I planted these the first year we lived her some 9 or 10 years ago.
This last picture is another daffodil. These are one of the two Tete-a-Tete daffodils that I bought for the children to plant at the gardens at the Club. I didn't know it would bloom so quickly. We have a lot of other bulbs in the bed though so there will be more to take its place when it is finished.
The only other blooms I have are on the quince bush and the peach tree. There aren't too many on the peach tree though as I cut it back not too long ago.