Saturday, May 3, 2014

Wood Squill and Crocus

These poor Scilla Siberica, commonly known as Wood Squill, didn't get to live long this year. Blooming for only three days, and were buried under the our mid April snow.

The same fate was cast upon this single white crocus. After the snow, this flower was gone. Both of these flowers: the wood squill and the crocus, are grown from bulbs and are perennial flowers.

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6 comments:

  1. The squirrels got my tulips. What's left is raggedy and misshapen. The flowers, the very few to come, are a poor showing. The extremely harsh winter killed most of my rose bushes. The one that survived are just barely there. Looks like I've got my work cut out for me in the garden!

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  2. The squirrels got my tulips and the extreme cold this winter got my roses. Lots of work to do in the garden this spring!

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  3. That is the story and life of flowers.

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  4. So sad! I hate it when that happens. I feel so sorry for the flowers.

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  5. Poor flowers, at least mine bloomed after the last snow.

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  6. Hopefully the snow is gone and you can enjoy your flowers.

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