Caressed by the sun

19 03 2012

A mass of Spring starflower (Ipheion uniflorum), photographed in the afternoon sunlight at Green Spring Gardens. A member of the Lily family, Spring starflower is a perennial that spreads 6-12 inches and thrives in zones 5+. Blooming in late winter or early spring in full sun to part shade, the flower color ranges from pale blue to white, depending on the amount of sun and other conditions. Good for rock gardens, beds, woodland gardens, borders and naturalizing; hardy and drought resistant

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19 03 2012
Betty Londergan

fantastic interplay of light , shade and unearthly blue… makes me happy to be alive!!

20 03 2012
cindydyer

Thanks for the lovely comment, Betty! Where are you off to next? I’m trying to figure out plans for my own travel down your way. I’m not sure if April will work just yet; how is your May looking?

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