Galanthus (snowdrops)Snowdrops in two spots - I tried identifying the types. If you look you can see the snowdrops in the top photo have green markings, the lower snowdrops do not. They may both be Galanthus nivalis but I'm not sure I trust my judgement. If anyone knows, let me know! At times I get a little obsessed with knowing exactly what I grow!
Crocus tommasinianus or 'Tommies'.
I have had another early crocus for years, 'Goldilocks', which I always thought was early...but the Tommies beat Goldilocks by a long stretch this year. And Goldilocks is in a microclimate, too, in an effort to have blooms by March 1st. Not this year!
Indoors, I've been enjoying the above hyacinths and muscari up on my sleeping porch for the past couple weeks, too.
Much thanks to Carol of May Dreams Gardens for organizing Garden Blogger's Bloom Day - click on over to her blog to see what she has blooming, too!
P.S. This will be my last post before my vacation to Mobile, Alabama! I'll have lots of great photos to share mid-week next week ofboth public and private gardens I'll be visiting (can't wait!!!), so y'all come back and visit with me then!