Monday, February 22, 2016

Six snowdrops, two views, three cheers!

Taken about a year ago then same flowers an hour ago on the patio

Snowdrops early March last year

Snowdrops late February this year

 I'll take it!  It's the same six flowers, never decrease, never multiply, just show up year after year.  Sometimes earlier, sometimes they bloom and fade all under the snow cover.


  1. I just love this!!! Thanks for your talented "eye".

    It turns out that , I have inherited the early yellow and blue crocuses of the former home owner....same place...same early announcer of spring! So I send the message on to her in a neighboring nursing home, just to say all is well!!!

  2. Snowdrops show us hope for spring!! (6W)

  3. Rochelle the KatzKnitterFebruary 24, 2016 at 12:11 AM

    Beautiful! Try a little fertilizer in the fall to make the bulbs multiply.


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