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Lucky you to have crocus in flower. My garden is in Owen Sound, and there is still a ton of snow there, at least I think so. I live in a condo in Toronto, during the week and only get up on weekends. Got my fingers crossed for Saturday, I am desperate for some colour!
Hi Deborah, Well, between you and me, (and would have written this if not for "Wordless Wednesday", honest!), but this photo is from last April, however, the spot they are in is now without snow, and since the crocus are starting to peek out of the ground, I thought it would be nice to post a bit of Spring! (Yet to come ; )Owen Sound is a wonderful spot. My family is originally from Grey County, near Feversham. I miss it there very much...Thanks for visiting! : )
Crocuses are like little loyal warriors, among the first plants to welcome spring.
What a nice collection of blooms. Thanks for sharing them.
Lovely sign of spring. We still have quite a deep cover of whitest snow. Look forward to my crocuses and maybe even more my hellebores:-)Greetings from Sweden!
Greetings, folks, and a thank you for the lovely comments.Tatyana, that's very well put.Appreciate the compliment and the visit, Mr. BrownThumb!Trädgårdsmakare, I love hellebores. Thank you for reminding me that they are a must to add on my list. When I posted this picture, the patch where the crocus grow was open and free of snow, but there was still much in the forest. Since then, we've had very (unseasonably) mild temps and most of the snow is gone. Crocus are starting to appear! I saw a Robin yesterday too. : ) That always makes me smile!
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