I have been impatiently waiting for a couple of weeks now for the 100 bulbs that I planted in the Autumn to open up their glorious yellow blooms to me. This morning one has started to open near the patio door and now know that Spring has finally sprung! The days will get longer and the air warmer. Daffodils never fail to put a smile on my face
I love Spring and I adore snowdrops but they flower too early to be a true Spring flower so I'm going to chose primrose as my favorite Spring plant. Here are three facts about primroses that you might find interesting to know.
1. You can eat the flowers and leaves.
2. The name means first rose.
3. The primrose was Benjamin Disraeli's favourite flower.
There are so many wonderful flowers that bloom in Spring. I would say that ranunculus is my favorite, especially when interplanted with Iceland Poppies!
I would have to say The irs is one of my favorite spring time flowers. There are lots of color in them from blues to purple, from white to yellows. They look so prim and proper, singled out in a group of there own. They stand tall, yet peak with color in the gental spring wind.
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
What is your favorite early sign of Spring?What do you look forward to the most every winter when Spring is about to occur: the return of certain birds? Plants peeping through the soil? Walking barefoot in the grass? Shelving your winter coat and breaking out your summer clothes?
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
It there a certain plant or animal who's appearance best signals the approach of spring for you?
by Kim Lam 7 years ago
What are some of your favorite, easy flowers to plant in the Spring?
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
What are your favorite flowers that bloom in Spring?Do you have favorite flower or flowering bush that blooms in Spring? Thank you for answering.
by Hui (蕙) 5 years ago
What is your favorite flower?This is mine. Sunflower is beautiful, sunny, happy, always positive.
by lmarsh1203 7 years ago
What is your favorite activity during spring?
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