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Blooming daffodils and crocuses offer a friendly way to interact with neighbours.
Thanks to all the kind folks in my neighbourhood (and other neighbourhoods, too) who take the time to create beauty in out-of-the-way corners, under boulevard trees, and in laneways for others to appreciate.
I think these unexpected plantings bring joy to passersby and spread good feelings. The little crocus seems to have minds of their own—who knows how they get from one spot to another?
Crocus ‘Tommasinianus’, aka “Tommies,” are the early-blooming ones with smaller, harder dark yellow corms. They’re the ones you can plant in your lawn. The later, larger-flowered ones have big-netted corms and don’t spread like the Tommies, necessarily… but attract a zillion early bees when they open in the sunshine.
Anyway, ’nuff said.
If you have any more ideas of things to tuck in unexpected places, let me know!
Happy spring, everyone!