|The bees are out drinking it up in the spring sunshine.|
This is undoubtedly my favorite early spring crocus, as every year it spreads its cheery purple all around both of my gardens, here at Havenwood and Gilmore as well. I cannot get enough color at this time of year. Inevitably, I think, "Why did I not plant a few hundred more?"
|Crocus tommasinianus spread as a carpet through the garden and lawn at Gilmore Gardens.|
|A few honey scented crocus and snowdrops that we brought inside to enjoy when the snow came again.|
|After the snow melted, the sun called them to open up again and let the bees enjoy their nectar.|
Sending spring-thoughts your way,