Chionodoxa: a delightful small flower, blooming in late winter or early spring here in Cleveland Ohio.
Chionodoxa: easy, easy bulbs to plant. With a planting depth of only 2-3inches planting masses of these beauties is a breeze.
Chionodoxa: No suffering or hard digging here… just ease now and beauty later!
Chionodoxa: small beauties of clear blue that reach a humble height of four inches but that will elegantly brighten late winter’s bare earth, living up to its common name of Glory of the Snow.
As I knelt on the ground, trowel in hand and the bulbs spread on the earth, leaves released from the branches overhead and fell to punctuate the garden with brilliant colors of red and gold. My heart swelled with gratitude for this day, this garden and its beauty, this client…my whole life. And suddenly I find that along with each tiny bulb, I am planting my gratitude, my prayers, and blessings for us all. An ordinary garden chore turned into a moment of blessing for us all.
Today, I planted 200 blessings in the earth. Grow well, little ones.