Galanthus Blewberry Tart, Fuzz, Green Brush
Galanthus Hippolyta, Imbolc, James Backhouse
Galanthus Jaquenetta, Ketton, Maidwell L
Galanthus Ophelia, Pusey Green Tip, Walrus
I do like Walrus and Jaquenetta, oh and Blewbury Tart
Me too! ps I am sending you an email
Gorgeous! What a thrill when they all come into bloom.
Oh indeed, but we need some milder days for them to open fully – the ones that are open are almost all new ones and in the greenhouse
All new-to-me. All lovely.
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday!
They are indeed lovely, and all the more so because of the time of year
They are all lovely Cathy!
all so beautiful….quite a collection!
Still more to come, and hopefully current ones will open up given a sunny day or two!
So pretty. I miss seeing flowers. And my garden. It’s somewhere under snow right now…
Yes Jennifer, although the snow is pretty at first I would miss my garden too if it was hidden for weeks on end – or if I couldn’t get to the bottom of the garden because the snow was too deep! Thankfully we haven’t had that in the UK for a long time. Hope you get yours back soon
I love snowdrops and I am so sad that I didn’t put any in last year. I will not be making that mistake again! I have one lone Iris at the minute, however it did cheer me up this morning, all by itself! Happy gardening, Laura x
Do your snowdrops come up year after year when you have them? They do in the UK and will readily naturalise. Good that you at least ONE iris to console you 🙂
Such an amazing bit of wonderful to begin Wednesday…I grow more anxious for spring each day.
The signs of spring have been with us all winter one way or another Charlie, or at least that’s how I see it – whether a leaf, a bud, a stray flower, a hint of warmth – and each one has been relished
They really are ‘preciouses’ aren’t they? Nothing (to me anyway) more heart-warming.
Oh yes 🙂
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No words needed Cathy – little lovelies all of them 🙂
Oh! Those are quite lovely! Thanks for sharing!
They look absolutely wonderful, such a nice dose of spring and I hope you do manage to get pictures when they’re completely open! I’m also looking forward to seeing your ‘regulars’ 🙂
Thanks Frank – it’s hopefully building up to a crescendo!
I love Hippolyta! It makes me think of an exotic creature in flight. I haven’t seen anything like the obsession with snowdrops in my own local gardening community but I can imagine I’d fall right into place if I lived in a climate like yours.
It creeps up gradually towards the end of the year and then tails off after about March – it’s quite a strange phenomenon…..:)
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