winter aconite

NOUN
  1. small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
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  • At Huggate, due to a microclimate or the vagaries of the night, it was mild and spring-like; and a thrush sang the chance of snowdrops and winter aconites.
  • So do bulbs such as winter aconite, crocus, snowdrop, Iris reticulata, and Cyclamen coum.
  • There was a bunch of winter aconites on the table, and stripes of sunshine on the floor alternated with deep darkness.
  • Winter aconite, snowdrop, and striped squill flower in February or March.
  • By early March, Lakes & Rivers gardeners are heartened by the blossoms of winter aconite, glory of the snow, snowdrops and snowflakes.
  • Among the minor bulbs, safe choices are snowdrops (Galanthus); winter aconite (Eranthis); Scilla, Muscari, Chionodoxa and Hyacinthoides hispanica. The Brightest Bulbs
  • One of its manifestations was naturalistic sweeps of winter aconite, bluebells, daffodils or anemones multiplying by the thousands in woodlands.
  • One of its manifestations was naturalistic sweeps of winter aconite, bluebells, daffodils or anemones multiplying by the thousands in woodlands.
  • It's attached to the winter aconite, Eranthis hyemalis and also to a type of horsetail, Equisetum hyemale.
  • To naturalize bulbs in your lawn, choose bulbs that blossom and fade before grass grows vigorously and requires mowing: crocus, winter aconite, snowdrops, and scilla.
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