Autumn Whites, Part II

In a previous post, I revealed an unexpected whiteout occuring in my urban garden.  Well, the white blossoms just keep coming and here are some of the latest shining additions to my ghostly autmn garden -just in time for Halloween!

Crocus sativus var. carwrightianus 'Albus'

Crocus tommasinianus 'Albus'

Crocus sativus again, basking in the sun.

Crocus tommasinianus again, basking in the sun.

Chelone glabra 'Black Ace'

Chelone glabra 'Black Ace'

Colchicum autumnal 'Album'

Colchicum autumnal 'Album'

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  1. I do have a weakness for white flowers. At the flower shop, I am always trying to talk customers into an all white bouquet!
    Deborah

  2. There is something special about white flowers. Yours are certainly beautiful!

  3. Your white blooms are beautiful. I especially love the Crocus.

  4. Lovely blooms. All in white.

  5. I mistakenly commented before on your colchicums as being crocuses. Now the real thing arrives. Really like all this white. Love the contrast of the delicate white flower and lovely green succulent. Do you have falling autumn leaves on your garden?

  6. I want ALL of these! Thanks for the lovely photos. Glad to meet a Baltimore gardener! I got hooked on reading garden writing many decades ago when I lived in DC and found Henry Mitchell in the Washington Post. Adding you to my Southern blogroll.

  7. I especially love the Crocus.Thanks for the lovely photos. Glad to meet a Baltimore gardener! I got hooked on reading garden writing many decades ago when I lived in DC and found Henry Mitchell in the Washington Post

  8. There is something special about white flowers. Yours are certainly beautiful! I am always trying to talk customers into an all white bouquet!


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