20 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Snowdrops

    1. Thank you! HA! Yes, snowdrops are these beautiful little white flowers! They are one of the first flowers to bloom in late Winter or early Spring and sometimes they do get covered in snow so they must be tough little plants too πŸ™‚

      1. Wow! The plant looks very tender and I never thought they could bear European winter! Thanks Peggy, for sharing interesting facts about snowdrops…

    1. I love snowdrops – for me, they always promise that Spring is not too far off. I have noticed that too, Hugh – we have seen a lot more snowdrops on our walk today.

      1. It has not been very good for the daffodils in our part of the UK. I saw the first one out in early January, but since then they have not put on as good a show as the Snowdrops have. Lots more still coming up, so hopefully we’ll get good late displays in time for Easter.

      2. Our daffodils are not in flower just yet … too cold here in the chilly north πŸ™‚ Though we have been promised some more ‘Spring-like’ weather this weekend so fingers crossed – and with a bit of luck my first crocus might be tempted to open its sunny eye!

    1. We are looking out for it! Snowdrops are so lovely – they are one of the first garden flowers to bloom after the worst of the Winter has passed – glad you liked my photo πŸ™‚

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