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Friday, April 18, 2008

Echoes

I discovered this crocus blooming in the center of the yard. Completely out of the bed, apart from the other crocuses, all on its own. It wasn't there last spring. I'm sure it wasn't.

So the question is: why is this pretty little bloom growing all by its lonesome? Was it banned from the bed? Or did it strike out, determined to march to its own drummer and forge its own path?

Still more intriguing...how did it relocate? I mean, really, how did this bulb get from its former home to its present location?

Any ideas?

6 comments:

Marianne Arkins said...

Bird? Chipmunk? It sprouted legs?

LOL...

Dru said...

That is a pretty boom.

Maybe an animal dropped the bulb while it was scurrying away. Can you put it back with the others?

Amy Addison said...

Maybe a critter reloc'd it for you? I know tulips and daffs self-propogate, but usually in clumps, and not all separated and goin' solo like that.

Anonymous said...

I don't know enough about gardening to venture a guess but I must say I do like the way it looks in the middle of the grass. Very pretty.

Pam

naida said...

hi Sarita, nice blog and website too. :)
I like to think the little flower went out on its own for a new adventure.
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Melissa said...

No idea, but it's very pretty!