Spring Flower & Bulb Identification Cards {free printable!}

Spring Flower & Bulb Identification Cards {free printable!} from Wildflower Ramblings

I am so thrilled to be sharing my Spring Bulb and Flower Identification Cards with you today!  I know my son will love looking at these as he investigates the new spring life growing around him!  {At least I’m hoping this spring will come soon!}

 

Oh how I long for spring.  When I first began my journey as a wife and a homeowner and a gardener, I realized how much I love bulbs.  Crocus, daffodils, tulips, hyacinths.  I love spring bulbs.  I love watching them peek out of the cold winter soil.  They say, “I’m alive!” I long to see these bits of green each year.

Every fall I plant more and more.  This is partially because I have a problem — can one have too many bulbs?  And partially due to our mole problems….

Anyhow, my dear son planted tulip bulbs all his own (he even picked them out!) last fall and I can’t wait to see his bright smile when he sees his orange blossoms come out of the earth.  We planted a rainbow.

 

Spring Flower & Bulb Identification Cards {free printable!} from Wildflower Ramblings

I created these Identification Cards to help my son distinguish between crocus and hyacinth and daffodils and tulips.  I hope your child will find fun use for them too as they discover and explore nature!

 

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You can download the Spring Bulb & Flower Identification Cards here.

 

You can see more of my garden and flowers here.

And my Leaf Identification Cards here.

 

Here’s to praying for spring,

wildflowerramblingstake1

 

 

 

 

Crocus image from Plant Postings.

Daffodil image from Daffodil USA.

Hyacinth image from Words of my Life.

Hyacinth image from Public Domain Photos.

Tulip image from Public Domain Photos.

Iris image from Today’s Homeowner.

All other images are property of Wildflower Ramblings.

 

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