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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Crocus

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Wikipedia..............Crocus (plural: crocus, crocuses) is a genus of perennial flowering plants native to coastal and sub alpine regions of southern Europe.
Like all flowers, and for me especially the Spring flowering ones, its a pleasure to see them. These were in Bute Park.

6 comments:

  1. It looks like spring already! I haven't seen any crocuses here yet. They are always such a cheerful color.

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  2. I will have to go outside to see if I can find any crocus in my yard. I don't think they've shown their little noses yet. But I do see some green stalks of Japanese iris. No buds yet, but they will come. The first sigsn of sring are about 3 weeks away, I think.

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  3. Oh what good news, that Spring is around the corner.

    I will go out and search for anything that looks like a flower coming up!!!

    I love those little Crocus!

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  4. Our crocus hasn't even starting to bud yet...perhaps just been too wet and cold yet for anything much to bloom.

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  5. Time to have a careful peer under my apple tree by the sound of it.

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  6. Crocuses are just coming out from earth in Champagne area. We've to wait some weeks before the flowers.
    And some monthes in the Alpes.

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Thanks for your comments. Whenever possible I will always reply. Dave