March 3rd 2010

March 3rd, 2010 by Bridget

Welcome to our 2010 calendar of blooming plants on the campus of Plymouth State University. We have a very early start this year with our lack of snow cover.  Under the Katsuratree {Cercidiphyllum japonicum} at the entrance to Mary Lyons Hall is a group of Snowdrops {Galanthus nivalis} with small white nodding flowers.  In front of Prospect Hall several groups of Crocus “Yellow Mammoth” as well as Crocus biflorus with flowers in a lighter shade of yellow.

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