Coltsfoot, Tussilago farfara is a yellow spring flower. It brightens your garden and your heart with it's daisy like blossoms. I saw this one at Green Haven Garden Center in Lethbridge.
Grape Hyacint, Muscari spp. is an early bloomer and is grown in many places. They are shaped like tiny upside down grapes and look delicate.
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Yellow bells, Fritillaria pudica are growing in the coulees around Lethbridge. They are tiny and tend to grow in clumps from a bulb. They blossom at the same time the Prairie crocus does.
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The Prairie crocus, Anemone patens is one of the first wild flowers to bloom in South Alberta. They grace our prairie landscape and some hillsides are covered in light purple from the many flowers.