April 7th, 2012

April 7th, 2012 by Sherri

On the east side of the HUB there are several Glory of the Snow {Chionodoxa luciliae} bulbs coming into bloom. They are six inches tall and can have up to 10 blue flowers on each stem. They are native to the mountains Turkey, Crete, and Cyprus.

 

Glory of the Snow {Chionodoxa luciliae}Glory of the Snow {Chionodoxa luciliae}

In Plymouth Magazine

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