Map of the Species Snowdrop Border

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  3. Annette says:

    As always you’re so well organized, Cathy. I don’t have that many yet and have to think of a suitable place. I got Waldorf’s book recently and begin to realize how easily one can be tempted with these fairies. 🙂

    • Cathy says:

      I went back and edited today’s post after reading this, Annette, as it is fortuitous rather than organised that I kept a list of the snowdrops whilst the map is a very recent (but very useful) tool. If I had drawn up a map before it wouldn’t matter so much about lost labels, which are now a thing of the past in this bed!

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  5. joanna says:

    Is there a photograph up of these astonishingly varied snowdrops?
    All I have is Pusey green tip, ‘found’ at the original site.

    • Cathy says:

      Now that is a good idea, Joanna – when I have some ‘spare’ time I shall have to trawl through my photos and keep a record of them altogether under this tab. Thanks!!

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