Crocuses and Snowdrops pushing through Autumn's leftover leaves.
Crocuses in purples,
in striped patterns,
A very busy Bee.
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Glowing in the March sunlight.
A squirrel must have moved that one.
This variety is smaller, a softer purple, and which multiplies well.
Bees, another reason to plant Crocus bulbs.
Vinca blue compliments the white Crocus.
For the past thrity-five plus years Snowdrops have been stretched around the Jarvis House Garden.
Eash Spring I have dug up the strays, and planted them in boarders.
After a few years, thousands, maybe tens of thousands, have grown.
This week marks the real beginning of Spring on Long Island.