The Little Bubs are the earliest to bloom. This collection is crocus and Glory-of-the-Snow, otherwise know as Chionodoxa will be blooming on the Bridge of Flowers any minute. I have Glory-of-the-Snow down by the vegetable garden, still covered by snow. Crocus and Chionodoxa and deer and rodent resistant, and both will increase over time.
Most of my snowdrops are also still under the snow, but temperatures got to 50 degrees today, so I think they will emerge from their white blanket very soon. I got smart a couple of years ago and put a few snowdrop bulbs in the Herb Border which warms early, and lets the snowdrops claim the crown for first bloomers in my garden. I love these Little Bulbs, including scillas and grape hyacinths, because they are no trouble, increase in numbers every year and bloom early in great patches – once they get going. Mine are planted in the lawn and I try to get the grass mowed very short when we go into winter, to let them shine more easily.
All the small bulbs should be planted in the fall. Brent and Becky’s Bulbs have a multitude of spring and summer blooming bulbs. Still
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Most of mine are still waiting to bloom…I love the Crocus and Glory of the Snow grouping.
I to have not one Crocus blooming. So Depressing and colorless, snowed today. Is it ever going to get warm. Worlds Longest Winter it seems. Uuuuggggggh! It nice to see color in yours though