March 23, 2022

Wordless Snowdrops

snowdrops 1
Galanthus nivalis 'Flore Pleno'

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    1. I hope so. It's taking a little longer this year, but it will happen...soon.

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  2. It's exciting to see these signs of spring!

    Feel free to share at My Corner of the World

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  3. Beautiful and I need to plant some for next season.
    xx oo
    Carla

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    1. Thanks, Carla. I have patches in several spots in the garden, but these are always the first to bloom near the house. :)

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  4. Mine seem to have disappeared. I think they got too crowded and I should have divided them. Who knows. But they are a lovely little plant.

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    1. Some of mine disappeared, too, and some of them are later coming up because they're farther away from the house. Everything seems a bit delayed this year.

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  5. Lucky you! We are to reach 65F this weekend so I will start looking for townsendias :)

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    1. Nice! We had a couple of days in the 60s, too, and now back to late winterish weather. But no major snow in the forecast. Yay! Enjoy the spring plant appearances!

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  6. A pretty set of photos, Beth. Snowdrops grow here, but I've never had any luck with them. Boo! Thanks for sharing yours!

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    1. Thanks! Some of my patches are sparse, but this one is expanding. I should probably divide them, but I'm afraid to disturb them. They are special little harbingers of spring, aren't they?

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  7. Oh, look at your beautiful snowdrops! Gorgeous!

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    1. Hi Susie: Yes, the first outdoor blooms of the season are special. :)

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  8. It is always exciting to see the first snowdrops opening.

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    1. Yes, it is. Can't wait to get out of this cold snap so more flowers can bloom. Time for the real spring!

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  9. Great photos! My snowdrops have disappeared this year.

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    1. Thank you. Not all of my snowdrops are up yet, so maybe some of yours are yet to appear? Spring is delayed for some of us, but soon it will be here in all its glory.

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  10. Those snowdrops are so charming. Must be a lovely moment to see the first ones emerging after a cold winter that puts many plants to sleep.

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    1. Yes, it's a lonnnnggg winter up here, so any new life in the garden is incredible and joyous. ;-)

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  11. This is beautiful! I had 2 show up this year...looking for more but will have to plant more.

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    1. Thanks, Donna. This patch is the only one that's expanding. It's in between two shrubs, so maybe it's hard for the critters to get to it.

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  12. I still have daffodils blooming and love picking them for the kitchen table. Spring seems to be a little late this year or maybe I'm just being impatient. Does it seem late to you?

    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

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    1. Yes, spring is delayed here, too. My daffodils are up and will bloom soon--a very special time in the garden. :)

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