Beautiful. Mine have been arriving too Cathy. Every bit as special as the specials!
Yes indeed, and the way they indicate pleasure in their location by multiplying freely is so gratifying 😉
wonderfu! nosgn of these yet around here
I think the natives are a bit earlier here than usual, rickii
Native? We don’t have any native snowdrops; just wild onion.
Well, we call them native, Tony, but the first record of their cultivation in the UK was late 16thC and first recorded in the wild in late 18thC
Oops; so it could be like our ‘native’ Tasmanian blue gum (which I sort of think is from, well . . . Tasmania perhaps).
Great against the red leaves
It is a wet welcome here Cathy!
It was on Wednesday gere too, Brian – very wet indeed!
Cathy is wonderful. Announcement that Spring is very close! Greetings from Margarita.
It is beginning to feel that way, Margarita!
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