I did not know.
Ah well, you do now!! 🙂
Cathy nice puzzle and lovely Snowdrops. I hope you also have them soon in the garden. Greetings from Margarita.
More information required from this fellow dissectologist pretty please 🙂
P.S. Is it a Colin Thompson?
Oh sorry Cathy, I have now hovered mouse and see that you have considerately supplied all the details 🙂
Glad you found the info! I am really enjoying this one, perhaps even more than the other CT ones I have done – I keep discovering different collections in it! It is now my annual treat (and you started it with the first bookshop!)
I ordered some snowdrops “in the green” that should arrive at my house in a couple of months. Always an exciting moment to see them blooming.
Native ones? The natives multiply so quickly and you should soon have a little carpet 🙂
Just to say that you have led me into temptation Cathy 🙂 Guess what arrived in the post here yesterday? It was that cameo of the snowdrops that lured me. Our festive jigsaw was a big disappointment. It was a fantasy cityscape which involved too many bricks for my liking so himself completed the vast majority of it. Hoping to have more fun this time.
ME leading YOU into tempation, Anna?! 🙂 🙂 I had an email with details within an hour of ordering and a catalogue the next day too. I noticed Colin Thompson does a London cityscape and a Florist’s workshop but they do not appeal to me in the way these do – there are at least 3 more collector’s cupboards I haven’t had yet though so I am OK for the next 3 Christmases! Sorry the cityscape didn’t appeal to you – most disappointing, I am sure
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