Spring flowers are blooming

Crocuses are one of the first flowers to appear on flowerbeds in Estevan.

Gentle and beautiful, these little inflorescences usually open up at the same time with bright purple muscari and make yards more colourful just before tulips and daffodils take their turn in celebrating the beginning of spring.

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These perennials are planted in the fall and belong to the same family as shaggy purple wild pasqueflowers that can be seen in the northern fields almost as soon as all the snow is gone.

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