Winter Aconite Bulbs
"WINTER ACONITE BULBS, ERANTHIS HYEMALIS
Did you know that the term Eranthis means Spring Flower in Greek? These little yellow beauties will be charming announcers that Spring is arriving. They are generally one of the first Spring blooms, even before crocus, sometimes even when there is still snow on the ground!
Eranthis flowers open their petals only when the sun is shining. If its overcast, flowers will be closed.
Full to partial shade under a tree canopy. Butter-cup like flowers in February.
Soil is Chalk, Clay, Loam, Peat, Saline, Sand, Silt. Season of Interest: Winter."
Found some interesting late winter blooming flowering bulbs.
So my question is anyone has experience planting these cup like yellow flowers?
Don't mix foreign bees into a virgin hive. She might get balled 100% of the time! When will you ever learn, huh?