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plant of the week
Many “minor” bulbs thrive in Colorado, though few naturalize as quickly or enthusiastically as Chionodoxa luciliae (Glory of the Snow). The flowers are usually upturned, from deep cobalt to cerulean blue. Let them go to seed and soon you will have drifts in your garden. The whole plant disappears by the end of spring, appearing again next March and April.
Enjoy our April walking tour: Alpines