Now there are two more, one of which is a baby.
The guy at the shop did warn us they multiplied. I guess cold weather doesn't deter them.
It hasn't been a warm spring, that's for sure. Just last week we had a frost warning. Frost, in mid-June!!! I have struggled getting the vegetable garden in because I was afraid to plant out the warm weather plants like basil, peppers and pumpkins.
It was a good year for tulips though. They like it cold.
Last summer I moved all of my spring flowering bulbs and plants to one side of my flower bed and grouped them together. I was looking for impact and the results were beautiful.
Just as I had hoped, cushion spurge mixed well with pink and white tulips, the hostas opened up and complemented the daffodils.
The anemone has finally spread into a considerable mound and provided a fantastic backdrop to pink and purple tulips.
Of course, there's always a few hiccups along the way. The late frosts killed off the majority of our apple blossoms. and the daffodils appear to be dwindling. Usually daffodils multiply and expand but this variety seems to be dying off. So I will need to try a different variety next year. Something a little more robust. Any suggestions for a favourite daffodil and where to buy them?