54 minutes ago
Saturday, March 5
One of the most wonderful parts of spring, for me, is the profusion of bulbs that come up after their long sleep in the cold soil.
Here are some tags that can be strung on ribbon or just stuck wherever it suits your fancy.
Before our long drought out in West Texas, certain bulbs would bloom from year to year in this area. Our first year after moving here, we were delighted when narcissus popped up and turned the entire front hedge into a show-stopping cloud of yellow. I interplanted muscari (grape hyacinths) in with them, and the blue and yellow were even prettier. The small muscari is a tough and under-appreciated bulb, but being a short plant, keep it in the very front.
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