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because I just love this little spring flower. I cheers me up after winter. Seeing the leaves come up in the fall and overwinter gives me an inkling of what lies ahead. I get excited when I can first see the tinge of color from the window.
Thanks for a well-written and informative article about this cheerful, spring-time flower.
Really enjoyed the article. I have my usual 'fall leaf display' going on right now. Not certain which type of muscari these are. I have them as 'M. armeniacum' in my database, but I don't know where that info came from.
Todd, I have a question if you're still reading. The bulbs are all sitting on top of the ground now for some reason. Maybe because they've multiplied so much. Should I be breaking these up and replanting them? I hate to mess with them because they're so beautiful as is.