Apr. 6, 2018


Winter aconite was first reported wild in Michigan in 2013.  That got me thinking about it, and I have been looking for a chance to shoot it since then.  It proved to be a little elusive.  It is apparently not as common in gardens as it once was.  I was rewarded with this plot in Adrian when I was delivering some plant info to another enthusiast.  I guess I appreciate his reluctance to use computers and the internet!  When I got home, I noticed three more species blooming, so we will look at these next.  Spring is here!