I know they are in there somewhere…
Oh good, here they are…
Oh no….you too. We were about to have snowdrops bloom and then we were buried by our own monster storm here with 1.5 feet of snow….hope yours melts and those flowers make it into a vase.
That’s much more snow than we had and I am confident things here will be OK but it will have been the cold winds that did any damage, if there is any. Hope your garden emerges unscathed too
I wonder what you did find. My hyacinths from the snow have rotten stems, but everything else seems OK.
Oh that made me chuckle Cathy! I looked today and although our snow has melted everything looked too battered, bedraggled and down.
Oh I do hope that they rise again in due course, like a phoenix, Anna x
The weather all over is crazy! I’m glad your slog through the snow yielded positive results.
Lots of ,fascinating footprints, Kris, and that’s why I wanted to include a photo of them too
It was beautiful and sunny here on Saturday but of course I waited until Sunday to look dash outside between rain and hail storms to gather blooms for Monday. Thank goodness the blooms here weren’t covered with snow like yours. What awful weather you’ve been having! Can’t wait to see what you found for a vase.
I knew what I had in mind and where to search, Peter, so it wasn’t too difficult
Um . . . yeah . . . about the flowers . . . .
Its amazing how well the flowers have stood up to the snow and come through unscathed, snowdrops, hellebores and narcissus look as good as new!
I am looking forward to my rambles, reacqainting myself with parts I haven’t seen properly for quite a few days!
Cathy the bird tracks on the snow are beautiful. No wonder you call him in search of something to put in the vase with that thicket of snow. Do daffodils or yellow tulips seem fine? Let the snow and the cold go away and raise the temperature. Keep the heat. Greetings from Margarita.
No tulips yet here, Margarita -it will be several weeks before we can expect to see any a;ythough there may be some of the smaller species tulips before then. I always like to see footprints in the snow, whoever they belong to – the patterns fascinate me 🙂
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