Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Wordless Wednesday - Crocus biflorus Blue Pearl

Crocus biflorus Blue Pearl in bud

Crocus biflorus 

21 comments:

  1. Beautiful crocus in the snow, and these not-developed and those with developed petals. Regards.

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  2. They are wonderful, especially the picture with the icy snow around them.

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  3. Gorgeous! It's always magical to see the Crocuses blooming through the snow. Lovely angles on your photos--must have been a yoga pose. ;-)

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  4. Lovely lovely Blue Pearl. I wish the Crocus season lasted all year.

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  5. Any plant that can bloom through a cover of ice is worth its weight in gold.

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  6. Such a lovely shade of blue, perfect!

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  7. This variety would be good for my blue and white border

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  8. A heavenly colour. Certainly on my list for next year.

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  9. They are gorgeous. Even if we still have a lot of snow, we are catching up. Some crocuses are showing at the base of walls, they should open before long.

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  10. A most attractive subtle colour Angie. Snow ..... this week?

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  11. Sweetness, love them! Can you ever have too many croci? Well, maybe in June when you have to clean up all their dead foliage . . . but not in March. Never too many then.

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  12. Such pretty crocuses .. great photos :o)

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  13. What superb crocus blooms. They look wonderful, Angie. Wish we had planted some, but at least we have some Tete-a-tete coming into flower to give a splash of colour. I also saw an early Bumble today.

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  14. They are a beautiful colour...
    Amanda xx

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  15. Oh Angie this is perfection....crocus blooming amid melting snow....and I love the light lilac color.

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  16. Wow, Angie! Beautiful crocuses, spring is in your place!

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  17. Oh, so beautiful. I love crocus. I just saw the crocus leaves poking out of the ground this morning as I started garden clean up.

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  18. Great photo of those crocus - such a cool, elegant color! Hooray for spring.

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  19. It has all been said, but I just love the first photo of the closed crocuses with the snow.

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