Now I know spring has finally arrived! 🙂
At long last…there are a few bright blooms in my garden! And when I say “at long last,” I mean it in more ways than one: these snow crocuses were planted in the autumn of 2009 and this is the first time they’ve flowered. I had honestly thought the squirrels had gotten to them during the Great Bulb Migrations of 2009 and 2010, when most of my tulips were transplanted to locations unknown via my bright-eyed and bushy-tailed buddies.
(My hubby and I found this little dude at Bowness Park yesterday. He was alternately mugging for the camera and stealing birdseed from the chickadees).
I hope you’re having a beautiful Easter weekend! Do you have plans to get out into your garden or go for a nature walk?
- Crocuses in March (hilarypnw.wordpress.com)
- Out with the old, in with the new. First crocuses of 2013 (thisgotmyattention.wordpress.com)
- Blue Skies and Crocuses (thevibes.me)
- First Crocuses of Spring (benspark.com)
- Wordless Wednesday: Crocuses (simplegreenorganichappy.com)
- The crocus and the bee: what a lovely sight to see (blogs.vancouversun.com)
- Why every gardener should grow crocuses (telegraph.co.uk)