The March Bank bulb display is currently a study in gold and white. The yellow cups of winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis) masterfully catch the light and glow as if with lights of their own, while golden blossoms of Amur adonis (Adonis amurensis) deepen the overall palette. And such snowdrops! The pearly white of both the common (Galanthus nivalis) and large (G. elwesii) forms stands out against the predominant browns and greens of the late winter garden. An occasional spring snowflake (Leucojum vernum) also delights the eye, with bright white bells that are flecked with green. Completing the scene are the swelling yellow buds of Japanese cornel dogwood (Cornus officinalis), if one is willing to turn one’s view upwards!