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These scilla come from some of the smallest bulbs that I have ever seen or planted. Barely six inches tall, their bright blue and white flowers add a nice counterpoint to what is now a bed of just barely leafing-out roses.
The scilla have bloomed in 2001.
The first scilla of 2002 have bloomed.
The scilla have begun to bloom in early spring, 2003.
It's the first week of April, 2004, and the scilla have begun to bloom.
The second week of April, 2005, has brought out the scilla.
The first week of April 2006 has brought us the first of the scilla. More are already starting to pop up.
It's late April 2007 and the scilla have erupted into bloom.
Early April 2008 brings the bloom of the Scilla.
By mid- to late-April they're in full bloom.
The scilla did well in the spring of 2009.
Despite having a tree fall on them, the scilla have done very well in the spring of 2010.
The scilla bloomed in April of 2011. As with the grape hyacinths, there seem to be more of them this year.
It's mid-March 2012 and the scilla have begun to bloom, earlier than ever before.
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