Tuesday, March 27, 2007


I took those crocus pics, this morning. I did not see these!! I don't even know what they are!! They are stunning! I made a detailed diagram of all the bulbs I planted in the fall, but I cannot find it.


You see how far from the crocus they are? How could I not see them?!!

edit: thank you, Annie and Apple for letting me know these are Glory of the Snow!!

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10 comments:

  1. Looks like the blue form of Chionodoxa/glory of the snow - one of my favorite little bulbs when I gardened in the north.

    Does your area have squirrels, Sissy? They love to dig things up from one yard and plant them somewhere else, and this winter they had more time to dig because your winter arrived late.

    Annie at the Transplantable Rose

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  2. The snow is almost gone from where my glory of the snow are planted so I expect them to be my 1st flowers this year. Lots of snow left on the crocuses! I'll enjoy yours now and mine in a couple of weeks. It won't be long before some of the other bulbs you planted start poking up.

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  3. How exciting, Sissy, to have things in bloom! I don't know what those are, but they are lovely.

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  4. I won't have anything in bloom for a little while yet...I envy you having such wonderful colour in your yard already:-) I always end up having flowers I didn't plant...it's either from the birds dropping seed or from the chipmunks/squirrels.

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  5. They are both very beautiful flowers! and your dogs are adorable. My sister has two Yorkies herself, one boy and one girl. This past weekend they started wearing diapers and they are the cutest little things...you are a very good photographer and I love the pic of your house...and thanks for the advice!

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  6. sissy---the name of that company is Farmers seed and nursery out of fairbault,MN and my crocus bloomed before st pattys day...

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  7. I am glad to see you finally have some flowers! I was worried about you, being from the south, that you wouldn't last until the blooms finally arrived. LOL!

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  8. Anonymous10:37 PM

    i gave u a folder so maybe u could put ur plant stuff in it and get organized...tell me if u need a new one. :)

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  9. Definitely Chionodoxa.

    Usually bloom with the crocuses for me in Massachusetts, but the flowers don't last as long if the weather gets hot.

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