I feel like a person might get desperate to show something in bloom in midwinter and they'd raid Cub for some tiny flowering plant. I suppose that isn't cheating and it might liven and cheer me to see a flower in February. We shall see.
What I do have are my houseplants that made it in from outside (alas some were tossed) and a couple of Rosemary and Lavender plants which just looked lovely all summer in the garden. They resisted cold fall temps and begged to come in to sit in a sunny window. They still look charming and of course you can brush them with your hand for a wonderful scent.
Lavender Goodwin Creek
Tuscan Blue Rosemary
I will be slowly adding the garden and baking blogs back in so keep a sharp eye out. We'll start with the May Dreams Gardens blog which is the ongoing inspiration for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.