Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Some Shots from My Tundra

The early spring and subsequent 2 weeks hovering just around freezing at night has produced a tundra-like version of many spring bulbs. The usually late spring blooming Angelique and Blue Diamond double tulips are about to open at half their normal height.  Daffodils mostly were up before the frost and some of them have survived nicely.

From a collection of mixed trumpet daffodils comes this bright yellow
cultivar with a tiny orange trumpet...
...and this white with a trumpet of burnt orange
This tulip, "Brown Sugar" is deer resistant, though everything here
got a good treatment of liquid fence.

"Quebec" is a beauty
"Mickey Mouse" has just started to bloom

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