By the fire one should drink ale, one should slide over the ice.
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
The crocus are already finished blooming. Spring flashes by, doesn't it? All the more reason to indulge in it! Next on stage are the daffodils and a few lesser known but beloved beauties. (These pics were snapped today, AM.)
Scylla. These actually begin blooming as early as February.
Hyacinth. I've mentioned my fondness for white flowers before. White blooms are often sweetly scented, and these are the paragon, both in fragrance and purity of color.
Tete-a-tete daffodils. This little group began about three years ago as five, tiny bulbs and left to multiply.