for only one weekend. As I write this post the garden is
covered with 3 inches of snow and it is still coming down.
But today is the 15th of the month, Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
and I am sharing what was blooming in the garden this weekend.
It still is, only under a blanket of snow, again.
There are clumps of snowdrops Galanthus nivalis in the woodland garden.
Last spring I took one of the clumps and divided it and was very happy to see the
transplants come through this harsh winter.
They should be divided just after flowering and replanted at once.
It is best to replant the bulbs in a new location.
Usually I have yellow and purple crocus with a few white ones here and there,
but last fall I planted these stripped ones
and they have been attracting hungry pollinators.
The white crocus always attract flies, not sure why,
they have no special scent that I can smell.
This little one watches to see what I am doing to its' food supply.
Sharing with Carol for
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.
I hope you can take time to enjoy what is blooming in your garden today.