This first one from the greenhouse is technically already outside. There are more still inside, this large one is the only one with open blooms.
Commonly called Easter Cactus.
I expect it will still be blooming at Mother's Day.
Still blooming: Amaryllis are usually thought of as Christmas flowers. Mine kind of bloom when they're ready.
This last one bloomed before Thanksgiving. Now it has a notion to bloom again. There is one more pot with a good sized bulb that I think might be Spartacus.
None of the Broms are blooming.
This one has the best color of any.
On the right is a rooted Pentas cutting, kept in water all winter and now getting ready to go out to the garden soon.
More rooted cuttings; these spent the winter in soil. A single early purple bloom on the Porterweed, I expect red blooms soon. Persian Shield got too dry but revived well. There are Purple Heart Cuttings and some other odds and ends to plant when I can. I think warm weather is here to stay.