Wednesday Vignette – Glistening Jewels

Muscari armeniacum remind me of jewels at the best of times, but it is even more pronounced after rain when they glisten in the gloom.


And, thanks to a sheltered micro-climate, these are in bloom well before any others in the garden….giving me a taste of spring even though it is still winter.

Linking up with Flutter and Hum’s Wednesday Vignette. Do check out what others have thought worthwhile of a happy-snap around the world!

Happy Gardening 🙂


44 thoughts on “Wednesday Vignette – Glistening Jewels

  1. patsquared2 says:

    It is so odd to be outside every morning, taking down my garden, pulling out vines and plants that are spent and seeing your flowers putting on an early show for spring in your half of the world. Love being able to share the sure sweet approach of another growing season.

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  2. They’re beautiful, Matt! The late winter/early spring bulbs (and the mood of that season) are what I miss the most from “normal” temperate-climate gardening… I suppose I could give Muscari a try here at some point 😉 I’m sure you’ll enjoy your last days of winter with beauties like these!

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