It's hard to believe it's true! Here in Toronto, the weather is warming slightly, but we still have a lot of crusty cold snow laying around.I have a few tulip bulbs poking their heads through the soil, but it'll be another couple of weeks until we see anything... crocuses included.Cheers,Mungo
I love those flowers. We are having a bit of a snow blizzard today in SE Wisconsin. :) No flowers yet!
At last! Very good to see, even with another snowstorm headed this way.
Yup, that definitely looks like spring to me. Congratulation! (And my condolences on your weather forecast.)A little catching up here: Glad you and Megan enjoyed your trip to the unreality of Florida. I was afraid y'all weren't even going to be able to get out of Columbus. It was really a bummer that you came down with the flu right before leaving. It's good you are feeling much better now.Take care,Marvin
Beautiful!!! It's so nice to see that spring is coming around again. It won't be here for awhile, but we're starting to see some subtle changes.
I don't think crocuses grow down here. I was just thinking about them yesterday, though. I miss them. Thanks for sharing yours. :)
Stunning Purple and a true sign that spring is here!
Mungo- I hope your blooms are up sooner rather than later!Beth Ellen- I've always loved crocuses as well. Too bad they aren't native, but at least they aren't invasive. This latest round of snow is just hard to believe! We're not supposed to get much in Columbus, but we're in NE Ohio visiting my parents for Easter weekend.Wren- Yes, hopefully, this is the LAST snowstorm of the season!Marvin- Thank you. It was a big bummer. I bet you've got native wildflowers up and blooming now. Overall, Florida was a great trip, but we're glad to be back home.Linda- I feel that things are just going pop overnight. Lana- Hmm. It must not get cold enough for them maybe? Strange, never thought about not having crocuses pop up each spring. Tom- Thanks, it really is, just one more snowstorm to get through!Tom
Great shots. Spring is on the way. We have Hepatica and Trillium sessile just starting to bloom today in Cincinnati.Florida is a great photo trip. I try to get down there for a week every February or March.
Brian-Thanks for dropping by and commenting, and thank you for the botanical update. I always love to here updates from around the state. Here in C-bus, the leaves of the bluebells are emerged about 3 inches, but that is it.Tom
Tom: Thanks for dropping in. These are the exact little flowers that are poking their heads through the snow and are putting on a show in NE Ohio.