Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Hyacinths seem to be at their peak. They've really been returning well. Now, the earliest ones are longer and longer in the stem, to the point of toppling over in some cases. The oak motte and under the ornamental pear tree are where those favorite ones of a particular blue with a light stripe are to be found. All colors are in all locations right now. Ice Follies may be peaking, also. Much to our surprise, we've discovered a very large and bud-laden clump of single jonquils. They must have been resettled from Mack's flower bed by a squirred, and the relocation has obviously done them a lot of good. They are of the sharpest, most piercing shade of yellow there is.


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