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Dyanna Wyndesong
Beautiful unfortunately we still have snow and ice on the ground
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Carol Mordorski

Unfortunately, Scilla (squill) is quite invasive, and I would not encourage anyone to plant it. Crocus are almost as early, and will not spread invasively.

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