There's always time. WILL...this is something I sometimes lack! And... I forget about this blog, true!
ANYWAY...here I am. Beginning of MAY, already the temps are in the 30s (Celsius) most of the spring bulbs are done for this year.
Let's see what I had in my garden:
These tiny but really cute Erythronium(s)
Then, some Crocus vernus Pickwick (transplanted last fall, so only a few scattered blooms :(
Tiny and cute Fritillaria uva-vulpis (probably)
Speaking of Fritillaria, this is the first spring to have F. imperialis blooming - previous bulbs sometimes generated green stems, no blooms, and sometimes died underground without any warning - and I was anxiously waiting, and waiting...
And these Hyacinth(s) ... Jan Bos... not really the deep red I saw on labels and packaging but still... kinda cool. A good-willed neighbor decided 5 is way too many and snatched 2 if them. Good thing they didn't pull the out with bulbs-and-all!
A couple daffodils and tulips in the next... episode...