Bulbs in Northeast Ohio – Bagicha Bazaar

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Today’s photos are by Kathryn (Kitt) Jensen.

I garden in a small suburban yard in zone 6a in Northeast Ohio (South Euclid). This was a focus during the pandemic and is always a wonderful sentiment. At this point, I added many more plants, bulbs, and rock edges. Here are 2022 photos of spring bulbs.

Close up of blue and purple spring flowersScylla (Scylla Siberiazones 4-8) and hyacinths (Hyacinths Easternzones 4–8).

Purple hyacinths with golden ornamental grassHyacinths among Carex (Carex oshimensis(zones 5-9)

Close up of yellow allium flowersYellow flowers Elim Radish (Zones 3-9)

A view of a small backyard garden with lots of daffodilsWide view of backyard with daffodils

Close up of Fritillaria flowersShaking the heads of the fritters, checkered flowers (Fritillaria meleagriszones 4–8).

Small yellow and white flowers are scattered in the garden.aconite (Erinthes Hymaluszones 4–7) and snowdrops (Galanthus nivalisZones 3–7) naturalized on front door beds.

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