|Crocuses Ruby Giant|
Bulbs' blooms - and spring flowers in general - don't last long.
These plants have to hurry up to complete their reproduction cycle before the first tree leaves appear, which then will shade them from the sun.
|Lovage -a tasty perrenial that is reminiscent of celery leaves.|
|Lily of the valley - my mother's favorite flower - unfolds slowly in the sunshine.|
A floral stalk as already appeared, preparing its bloom in a couple of weeks.
|Grape hyacinth's solid blue contrasts lovingly|
with the coral trumpets of the narcissus in the backdrop.
|A double narcissus couldn't stay up with the snowfall 3 days ago.|
This is a botanic type of tulip
(meaning it keeps its wild state from its country of origin).
It is considered a perrenial since it grows and expands year after year.
It also propagates itself by seed.
|Tulipa Greigii Red Riding Hood.|
Another botanical tulip that will stay strong year after year if it likes its assigned place.
That's why it's considered a perennial.
|Darwin tulips (this one in pink) are considered|
one of the most perennials in the hybridized tulips category.
I had a bunch that lasted 10 years and it even expanded a bit
before a deer came along and ate it.
|Guess what this is?|
First clue : it's flora.
|Second clue : |
It creates a cloud of dust when a good pressure is applied.
|Third clue :|
it once was edible.
|Here's what it looked like last October.|
Thats when I named it "the piglet".
Go take a look in this past article.