what's flowering this week

Kathleen Sayce ksayce@willapabay.org
Thu, 08 Nov 2012 09:27:32 PST
There's not much in flower now in my yard, but it is not yet in a bloom-free condition. 

In the cold frame:
Polyxenia longituba, tiny but always wonderful to see as the garden goes dormant

In the garden:
Ipheion 'Charlotte Bishop', which opened the first flowers in late October, and will flower all winter. Probably more accurately named Tristagma 'Charlotte Bishop' these days. 
Numerous unnamed crocus, lavender, long since separated from their tags. 
Crocus speciosus, which keeps putting up flowers to be pounded flat in storms. Ian Young's cold greenhouse and pots are looking better as a way to actually enjoy crocus flowers!


Kathleen Sayce
PNW Coast, WHZ 8, dryish cool summers & mild wet winters

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