Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Unexpected sunshine

A lovely day developed from an unpromising forecast of overcast gloom...

Crocus 'Golden Yellow'

Anemone-centred hellebore, from Ashwood Nurseries
 
Galanthus 'Primrose Warburg'

Galanthus nivalis (unnamed selection) and Cyclamen coum

Cyclamen coum, Paeonia mairei

Galanthus plicatus 'Diggory'

Crocus tommasinianus x vernus, Primula vulgaris 'Taigetos'

Daphne mezereum var. rubra

Galanthus plicatus 'Greenfinch'

3 comments:

  1. That unnamed Galanthus nivalis selection is very nice John, I believe we have seen it before on your blog.

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  2. It is so wonderful to see all your flowers about two weeks ahead of us. You featured two snowdrops on my most wanted list: 'Diggory' (so distinct) and 'Primrose Warburg' (such a colorful person). I wonder how PW compares to 'Wendy's Gold'?

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  3. I like to think that variety is not limited here in the Indiana, USA. However, when I see you photos, I am reminded that there are parts of the world that aren't as hot or cold. It's like going to Oregon after being in the desert.

    I make do with what I've got.

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