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The March Bank is beautiful today with waves of blue flowers in full bloom – Glory-of-the-Snow and Siberian Squill. Now the question: “How long will it last?”  We’re guessing, based on how incredibly blue it is today, along with this week’s chilly temperatures, that we’ll enjoy the March Bank’s blue phase through the weekend, April 6-7. But even if […]

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It is amazing to think about the fact that two weeks ago we still had a fair amount of snow on the ground. Now, the woodland floor of many of our garden areas are covered in a multitude of  flowers, with more to emerge with the impending warm weekend. I know that we are just about to […]

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It’s Blue!

Just got in from a quick walk along the March Bank at Winterthur. The blue of Glory-of-the-Snow (Chionodoxa lucilliae) and Siberian Squill (Scilla sibirica) is coming along nicely. There is much more blue than I expected with this week’s chilly temperatures. I should never try to second-guess this -or any- garden! Today, it’s about 55 degrees […]

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