Debbie Borthwick
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Finally...Spring Blooms!


Some of my spring bulbs started blooming this past weekend. Nothing like seeing colour in the garden again! But of course, today it snowed...
http://dewdropgardens.blogspot.ca/2013/04/finallyspring-blooms.html
Purple and yellow crocus
Purple and yellow crocus
Pansies planted last fall putting out new buds.
Pansies planted last fall putting out new buds.
White and purple crocus blooming among the sedum.
White and purple crocus blooming among the sedum.
Beautiful yellow crocus
Beautiful yellow crocus
Hellebore buds peeking through the snow.
Hellebore buds peeking through the snow.
Narcissus still to bloom.
Narcissus still to bloom.
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  • Debbie Borthwick
    on Apr 3, 2013

    You should plant crocus in sun, but if the area is under deciduous trees, they will be fine since they bloom before the trees cast shade. Here's a link for you, they are pretty easy to grow. http://bit.ly/10pZKd6 You can Google crocus info if you need more help. Be careful digging up any plants on city/county property as there could be bylaws protecting the plant. Here in Ontario, for example, we are not allowed to dig up trilliums, they are our province's flower, and are protected. Thanks for following along. :)

  • Andrea S
    on Apr 4, 2013

    Nice to see spring is here. Not in my garden yet but the tulips and the narcissuses are starting to come up. I haven't seen the crocuses yet. It still snowed today. :0( One more day... and sun. :0)

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