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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

New Spring Bulb for GonSS


I have a new flower bulb this year:  Corydalis - solida 'Beth Evans.'
I planted them last October.  I love the frilly flowers.
I planted them with some hyacinths which are just starting to put up buds.

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8 comments:

  1. Stunning! That's a cheerful spring beauty.

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  2. Pretty!! Let us know if it comes back for you each year. I have trouble with corydalis multiplying and staying around in my gardens.

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  3. GonSS, nice color for the Corydalis. I'm partial to the lavenders, purples, and blues. My Daffodils, hyacinth, and crocus are in ful bloom with the tulips coming up behind them. We are getting ready for a full on thunder storm with snow over night. I'm hoping all the blooming plants will be able to weather the storm ok.

    Have a great new Spring bulb day.

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  4. Lovely -- I'll have to look for these this fall. I have about given up on tulips -- they are a one or perhaps two season flower and then they peter out. The hyacinths and daffodils are longer lived!

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  5. Hello!!
    Gorgeous!!! I love spring flowers. They are strong, not afraid of winter and they have beautiful flowers. Kisses :)

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  6. I didn't realize these were bulbs. Very pretty!

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