Squills Are Here

siberian squill
Squills are Here

Siberian squills are blooming! Tiny, fragile-looking flowers that bloom without fail between the crocuses and daffodils. This one broke ground and bloomed in less than a week. Last year when I had some renovations done to my house construction stuff ended up everywhere along with some of the rocks from my walls, and this little patch of squills was under a rock, except for this one that bloomed The others are the little green shoots that look like new grass all around it. I hope they end up blooming too!

It’s not lost on me that every single year I photograph each new flower as it blooms and post it as if it’s the first time I’ve seen them. That’s how spring is.

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