Stars of Early Spring
“A light exists in spring, not present on the year at any other period.” — Emily Dickinson
While much of the rest of the world is still wearing brown and wintergreen, here are a few seasonal stars you’re likely to find in full color right now.
Naturally it’s risky to ever predict Bexar County weather, or blooms, in early March. But despite recent warmth, the average last freeze for San Antonio normally falls on March 3.
Many plants are still waiting for longer days before putting on spring growth. But this week’s seasonal stars will bloom even with a touch of frost. Enjoy the show now; once the sun lifts fully overhead and the onslaught of summer returns, these delicacies will vanish.