Posts Tagged ‘spring beauty’

The winter flowering display in the Winterthur garden is slow to unfurl. It usually begins in December with the first snowdrop emerging and when that occurs, it’s the equivalent of finding gold in what is the darkest and sometimes bleakest month of the year. Individual snowdrops emerge over January and February to form large, subtle […]

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Not to Be Missed

The weekend is coming and the weather is supposed to be beautiful. We may even start to see azaleas coming into flower, if it is warm enough. There are a couple of things you shouldn’t miss though, before the warm temperatures raise the curtain on the next scene in the garden. Our islands of daffodils along the main […]

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Join us on April 23 for our Wednesdays at Winterthur (W@W) garden series. Today Susan Sibley, Winterthur horticulturist, will highlight spring ephemerals such as Claytonia virginica (spring beauty), Anemone apennina (Italian windflower), Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells), and Sanguinaria Canadensis (bloodroot). Meet at 11:30 am at the Greenhouse Area. Dress for the weather and wear walking shoes! The program […]

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