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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Snowdrops

It's taken several years to establish clumps of snowdrops in the garden...worth the wait though.  Most have been donated by generous gardening friends and relatives...the no-cost way of making a garden and one I'm very keen on!
These double snowdrops have a bit more impact than the single ones.  I've not a clue what the variety is - just enjoy their fragile beauty anyway.

6 comments:

  1. It's lovely when they start to increase isn't it? Mine have been in many years and seed themselves as well as expanding slowly in the clumps.

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  2. It's great to see snowdrops at this time of year - we've only got a small cluster but noticed another group in the front garden which we didn't plant so not sure how they got there!

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  3. hi
    how wonderful you have the first sign of spring
    in garden....snowdrops....i love it very,
    enjoy your snowdrops,
    have a nice day,
    regina

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  4. How lovely to have snowdrops in your garden! We've tried so many times to grow them but they just don't like our wet, clay soil.

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  5. We've got several clumps in our garden - I love them! I couldn't resist picking a couple this morning, along with a sprig of winter honeysuckle - so pretty :)

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