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Spring on the horizon

Posted by klavier z4 Bing, z5 Pou (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 17, 06 at 22:52

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RE: Spring on the horizon

Very nice photos


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RE: Spring on the horizon

Love the yellow crocus...


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RE: Spring on the horizon

Hi Klavier, 1st like to say very nice photos, yes indeed spring is finally arriving here in SE OH....2nd wondering what flower that is in the 4th pic, they look almost the same as mine but had long since planting, lost the pack. Is its possible the same type? Thank you...

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RE: Spring on the horizon

  • Posted by klavier z4 Bing, z5 Pou (My Page) on
    Sun, Apr 23, 06 at 20:58

juanital, your flower is known as scilla


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RE: Scilla

  • Posted by klavier z4 Bing, z5 Pou (My Page) on
    Sun, Apr 23, 06 at 20:59

juanital, your flower is known as scilla


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RE: Spring on the horizon

Very nice, klavier! I always look forward to my crocuses blooming, and the first bees buzzing around. My favorite crocus in the little crocus tommasinianus, a bright violet purple with a paler base and shocking orange anthers.

I think we're neighbors of sorts - I'm in Endwell. I'll be hosting a plant swap at my house on June 10 - check out my posting on the Upstate NY forum if you're interested in joining us!

Laurel


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