The past few weeks have been glorious.
|most likely Narcissus 'Ice King'|
The Glory-of-the-Snow, the Crocus, the Siberian Squill, the Hyacinth, and the early Daffodils have all risen their beautiful blooms in celebration of spring.
|I planted one of the front hellstrips full of miniature daffodils.|
|Siberian squill, planted primarily because I love the fact that its pollen is blue.|
|miniature Narcissus jonquilla var. henriquesii|
But in New England, the weather is ever fickle, and this morning I woke up to this:
Several inches of snow blanket the ground, which is actually rather fortunate as the temperatures are expected to drop into the low teens later this week, and the plants could use the insulation.
Winter had to have a last laugh, didn't it?
I guess I won't be planting those onion sets today...