Are you ready for the bulbs of spring?
The scientific definition of the beginning of spring occurs with the vernal equinox (March 20). But, for many of us, the lovely sights of the first flowers opening from bulbs are our own “signs of spring”. Flowering bulbs, corms, and … Continue reading
Mount Auburn In Spring
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Early signs of spring appear throughout the landscape in March. The cheerful yellow blossoms of witchhazel that appear early in the month and the beautiful carpets of scilla that emerge by month’s end remind us that warmer days are soon on their way. … Continue reading
Though May might be the peak of spring bloom, there is still plenty of interest in June. Rhododendrons, Mountain Laurel, and Kousa Dogwoods add plenty of late-spring color to the landscape. The annual and perennial plants planted in flower beds throughout … Continue reading