Samstag, 5. März 2016

What a joy! Colorful Revival after Winter

When it seems like winter will never lose its icy grip,
the dainty goblet-shaped crocus pushes
through the snow to put on a show of colorful revival.


 

From snow crocuses (the first to bloom) to giant Dutch crocuses, 
all just 2 to 4 inches tall, these blooms offer a variety in color
(pinks, reds, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, and more)

that stand out against the bleak late-winter landscape.


Many have strong perfumes that lure bees out of their hives
in February or March.


My New Video "The Crocus Flowers - Colorful Revival after Winter (HD):



Small bulbs like crocus not only provide winter garden color, but they naturalize, 
meaning that they spread and come back year after year—
with minimum care—for an ever-larger display. 

As a bonus, deer, squirrels, and rabbits rarely bother early little bulbs.























Another Video about busy bees in teamwork on a Spring morning:
 



If you are not planting this perennial bulb, 
you are missing an early season of delight.
If you like to know more about crocuses:
http://www.almanac.com/plant/crocuses 

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Link to my personal website:
http://www.naturpunkt.at

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