Gossamer Tapestry

Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Crocus!


A week and a half earlier than last year.

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At 14:54, OpenID liliannattel said...

Lovely. None here yet, but it is unseasonably warm for March.

 
At 20:38, Anonymous Mark H said...

Oh it is SO nice to be able to brag for once: Our Crocuses were SO last month! HAH. I can't wait for El Nino to go away....I loved your comment about signs of spring: You saw a moth! Loved it. **Get Leon to come out with you for your trip this summer........'twould be fun.

 
At 02:11, Blogger wcs said...

Yay!

 
At 05:14, Blogger Lemuel said...

They are always such a sign of hope and comfort!

 
At 12:29, Blogger Homer said...

This is why I miss spring

 
At 22:48, Blogger Ur-spo said...

Clusters of crocus, purple and gold....
First sign of spring, indeed!
I miss spring bulbs, particularly daffodils.

 
At 14:19, Blogger Dave Coulter said...

Nice....Spring has surely (maybe) sprung!

 
At 15:42, Blogger MObugs said...

Impressive, mine still have not reared their pretty little heads. :o(

 
At 22:43, Blogger Kathiesbirds said...

Doug, I love the sight of them! I miss seeing them blooming on my Nana's front lawn in CT!

 
At 07:25, Blogger Will said...

Big groups of them, yellow, white and purple are opening everywhere as are the snowdrops. The green blades of the daffodils are rising steadily now. As soon as the storm which delivered huge amounts of water to all the plants ended, everything popped in a day.

 

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