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Friday, March 18, 2011

At Least A Few Survived

Last fall, I dug up the patch of Siberian Squill that bloomed so beautifully last spring.  I marked the location knowing there would be no sign of the plants by fall.  I spread the tiny little bulbs around the locust tree in the back garden.  Well, a few flowers are emerging!  At least I didn't kill all of them.  I hope the rest show up soon.


8 comments:

  1. I hope so too. They are such a pretty shade of blue!

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  2. What a pretty flower. That is great that they came back. At least some of them.

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  3. Fingers are crossed here for more to show up in your garden.

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  4. Hopefully they will come up. Have a lovely spring weekend.

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  5. Oh my, I so hope so too! I was walking around in my yard this morning and I think most of the ones that I thought would not make it, just may! The ones in my pots, did struggle but came out in a big way!

    Have a great weekend.

    Nancy

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  6. They are cute little things!! Things are coming up here by leaps and bounds now. I even scouted some peony making their way through the earth. .and have two hyacinth blooming. .mmmmm! It's so nice to enjoy the new signs of life!!

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  7. ~tina
    I found some more poking out of the mulch when I came home today.

    ~meemsnyc
    I think more are coming!

    ~Darla
    Keep 'em crossed.

    ~Becca's Dirt
    Thanks.

    ~Nancy
    Sounds like you're seeing spring at your place too.

    ~Melanie
    Ooooh. I haven't check my peonies yet.

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  8. Those are beauties! I keep forgetting to find some. I get my bulbs locally, and by the time I go to get some, that kind is not around.

    I'm glad to read in your comments that more are coming up.

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