Winterthur Bank to Bend 2019 » Leucolum vernum three heads

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  1. lauriehodges Says:

    I just read an article “The Enamelled Mead: history and practice of exotic perennials grown in grassy swards. Woudstra, Jan & James Hitchmough. 2000. Landscape Research 25(1):29-47. It has wonderful descriptions of lawn areas in US and Europe that have incorporated bulbs. History begins about 1400 and ends about 1900. Fascinating how the practice is now becoming more common although still more European than North American. I love my snowdrops and early species tulips and am letting them self-seed and propagate.

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