A yard down the street from me has a front yard that fills with early spring flowers every year. These are always the first bulbs to bloom. Crocuses and snowdrops on a south facing slope. How wonderful!
What a wonderful sight. I planted Muscari a couple years ago in the front lawn. I can't wait until they spread like these.
Oh, how lovely! Here in Michigan I still have a while to go yet before I see crocus. Yesterday I did see my Hyacinths peeking out of the winter earth. Can't wait-so tried of cold and snow!
Oh! The first signs of spring!!! I just love those early bulbs…someday I'd like to have a landscape with a place for bulbs like that, but for now, I'll just look at these pictures 🙂 Thanks for posting them – brightened my day!
WOW, how lovely.
Ah, I needed to see that!!! I am ready for spring. I still have 6" snow here in Ohio!
They're beautiful. I live over in Roslindale and the soil is thawed at least 6 inches, and in some places more. Do you think I could plant peas yet or is it too early?
You should wait til St Patrick's Day. The soil is probably too muddy and the seeds may rot. And March can be very snowy – who knows what will come for weather. But I agree, it seems nice out. If you want to experiment and don't mind if you loose all the seeds, I enjoy an experiment!
I have four feet of snow in my front yard, so it will be quite awhile before I see anything like that there. Thanks for the preview.
ahhhh, spring…..I'm under 40" of snow and it's not melting fast enough…
How wonderful it is to see green! My yard and garden are still covered by a couple of inches of snow here in Western MA. Soon enough!~Felicia~
Oh, such pretty spring flowers. A few more days and I think I can go out and start working on my garden.
I love your blog. Found out about this on the veggie gardener.
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