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The Utter Delicacy

photo of siberian squill

squill

The leaves are matted and lots of twigs fell, but the tiny, delicate Siberian Squill still manages to push its way up to the light and bloom.

These can grow up to six inches tall, but mine have never grown taller than two inches. That blue is so vibrant and so welcome this early in the year that I will see it with even a quick glance out the window or across the yard.

I’d been trying to post something aside from spring flowers during this week, but nothing else is as interesting right now.

One response

  1. I agree with you; nothing else matters than Spring now 🙂

    March 23, 2010 at 12:09 pm

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