Crocus - Nothing proclaims the arrival of spring like the colorful crocus, which usually pops up in New England gardens in mid to late March. They are inches tall and will bloom with less than 4 hours of sunlight each day.
I’ve been searching for an unfillable-Mary Poppins-style bag for a while now. Y’know one of those beauties that lets you throw in everything but the kitchen sink? I finally found my sac de triomph! A rather festive one in fact, from Liberty. And where bet
Mahonia × media Winter Sun prefers shade and delivers bold spikes of bright yellow flowers from Nov to March. It is a big plant, up to x if not pruned back. Best planted with other shrubs in front to hide its legs.