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Most people are very familiar with the pussy or goat willows.As Michael Dirr writes in Dirr’s Hardy Trees and Shrubs, “When winter has lulled many people into a blue-gray funk, this species (willow) offers hope that, yes, spring is just around the corner.” Early flowering plants such as pussy willow, red maple, alder, birch, hazel, and forsythia are easy to force indoors.

Start some new branches every week for continuous displays until spring.

Witchhazel’s colors vary from yellow and orange to red and most flowers open in February.

When red, the flowers are not obvious, but on closer observation they are quite beautiful. Unfortunately, they are somewhat touchy and can be killed by cold, but in the right year, they are gorgeous.

There is usually no need to cover early emerging bulbs. These plants came up last fall and spent the winter as small leaves.

In the next month or so they will start to grow and flower, but will die out as summer approaches.

She has been with University of Illinois Extension for over 20 years where she has held several positions and received many awards.

Ferree has a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in horticulture from the University of Illinois.

Silver maple flowers range in color from yellowish to a good red and also are not obvious. Filbert plants each have two different flowers: male and female.

Male catkins appear in early March, are 1 ½ to 3 inches long, yellowish brown and quite showy.

With bulbs, the gardening season begins with the snowdrops and winter aconites in early March.

Crocuses, grape hyacinth, scillas, and chionodoxas soon follow these and then the hyacinths, daffodils, and tulips.

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