Wordsworth obviously was as impressed with this versatile plant as we still are today.
Unless the foliage of other perennials grows up to mask the bulb foliage as it decays, the garden looks a mess.
Each of James Oswald's lovely airs for the flowers of spring, summer, autumn and winter has a distinct and recognizable style.
Corydalis has delicate lacy-looking foliage and racemes of spurred flowers in the spring.
A brief poem by Vita Sackville-West about the growth occurring during the month of April.
The American wild flower celandine poppy grows well in shade gardens as well as in the woods.