Bulbs in Northeastern Ohio – FineGardening

Todays photos are from Kathryn (Kit) Jensen.

I garden in a small suburban yard in Zone 6a in northeastern Ohio (South Euclid). During the pandemic it was a focus and is always a wonderful passion. At the time, I added many more plants, bulbs, and rock edging. These are 2022 photos of spring bulbs.

close up of blue and purple spring flowersScilla (Scilla siberica, Zones 4–8) and hyacinths (Hyacinthus orientalis, Zones 4–8)

purple hyacinths with golden ornamental grassHyacinths amid carex (Carex oshimensis, Zones 5–9)

close up of yellow allium flowersYellow flowers of Allium moly (Zones 3–9)

view of small backyard garden with lots of daffodilsWider view of backyard with narcissus

close up of Fritillaria flowersThe nodding, checkered blooms of fritillaries (Fritillaria meleagris, Zones 4–8)

tiny yellow and white flowers scattered in the gardenAconite (Eranthis hyemalis, Zones 4–7) and snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis, Zones 3–7) naturalized at the front-door bed


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Originally posted 2023-02-01 15:18:09.