But outside is a bit different. Put new siding on old buildings and you know what can happen. There's a lot of siding now that has green growing on it where the sun doesn't shine.
In the past the grounds may have had more flowers (almost certainly) as a result of many gardener type grands living here. The remains are a few bulbs which come up every spring. Some no longer come up though, because the grounds crew has spread mulch on all the beds to deter anything from growing there (a.k.a. Roundup.)
There used to be a bed of beautiful lilies of the valley. But they don't come up any more.
Out in lawn areas, which are swept with huge machines weekly during the growing season, a few bulbs still live. Or next to a tree, where the new mowers can't cut them back.
Rabbit rabbit...happy first of March everyone!