Taraxacum officinale, but we can leave the blooming weeds for another post on another day.
The mangled Bulbapaloozathon continues. Spring can not be denied.
The late bloomers survived the heavy snow storm the best. Without open flowers, their bloom stalks were less likely to bend and snap.
This one is bold.
Stray tulips linger in the ridge top garden from the few attempts to plant them during moments of catalog weakness no doubt.
Tiny Fritillaria meleagris are said to wander the garden.
Flowering Quince, Chaenomeles.
These are kind of cute. The double cups in the center remind me of Pikake.
Pockets of the still upright Bulbapaloozathon remain where many of the late bloomers are grouped together. Horrible thought -- trying to reorganize 10,000 daffodils by bloom time so future storms might only damage certain sections. It would be interesting to possibly watch the peak bloom flow across the ridge top garden.
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