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Sunday, February 3, 2013

First Bloom Of 2013

Crocus are the first bloomers at Garden on Sherlock Street each year.  In fact, my first post ever was about the first bloom of 2010, a crocus.    So, here is this year's first bloom.  A crocus!


I made a little list of the first crocus each year since I started blogging.

2012 February 3
2012 January 30
2011 February 23
2010 March 4



11 comments:

  1. Sweet blooms! We are beginning to see daffodils/jonquils blooming. The color is a welcome sight on these dreary days!

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  2. You inspire me to plant some crocus.

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  3. I love crocuses. We haven't any showing their faces yet, but I bet it won't be long now.

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  4. And don't you love to see that first bloom! It's early again isn't it but then it's been awfully warm this winter (for the most part)

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  5. How neat that you have kept a little diary of when this blooms. Your first bloom, always something to look forward to.

    Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

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  6. What a cheery sight to see!! Spring is right around the corner!

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  7. Hmmm. .I planted some crocus last year. .I should go out and see if they are blooming! Thanks for the reminder!!

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  8. Yeah for the crocuses! They are a true harbinger of spring!

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  9. This gives me hope that Spring is on the way. Our crocuses haven't started blooming yet.

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  10. I can't wait. I can't wait. I can't wait! We have a cherry tree in bloom and our camellia is blooming. Come on spring!
    LindaLee from
    CrossN' My Stitches

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  11. Come on spring! We have a cherry tree in bloom and our red camellia out front is blooming also.
    LindaLee from
    CrossN' My Stitches

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