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Maude Frome 4 Jan 18
The Snowdrop Fairy by Cicely Mary Barker. Blooming through the frozen earth from early Jan until the end of Feb, the is a symbol of rebirth, renewal & hope, as its arrival in cold winter means other flowers will soon follow.
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ChelseaPhysicGarden Jan 20
For restorative moments of calm we open next Saturday to herald the Spring. ✨ tours, talks & workshops all perfectly complemented by a visit to The Physic Garden Cafe ✨
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Éadaoin ☘️ Feb 10
Got completely covered in mud taking photos of snowdrops, was worth it though :) There are so many different varieties of this little flower, but I believe this is galanthus nivalis, the common snowdrop.
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Maude Frome Mar 1
In old German lore: The shy little once did the snow a great kindness by offering up its colour when all the brighter flowers had sneeringly refused. In return the snow protected the snowdrop from all the harshness of winter. Illust: Cicely Barker
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Fifi .. Jan 20
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Gemmell's Garden Centre Jan 22
**Gemmell's Plant of The Week** Snowdrop is one of the most popular plants and our customer's favourite. One of the first flowering plants to show signs of Spring 🤩😊 Available at Gemmell's Garden Centre.
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Dean Morris 19h
First bulbs of the year.
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Alison Moore Feb 13
A little casualty in the garden yesterday
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Alison Moore Dec 16
Today's winter flower from the gardens is the Only a few to see at this stage and all a little mud splattered from the recent rain but they hold the promise of brighter days to come
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Hill Close Gardens Jan 4
All gearing up for our first ever popular event of the year 'The Hill Close Gardens Weekend' Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd February 2019 11am - 4pm. If you like snowdrops then this is the event for you.
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Imagine Alba Jan 22
Scotland’s finest gardens, woodlands and estates are set to open their gates for the 13th year of the country’s most popular festival! Find out more in our free online magazine.
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😎pooks 😎 Nov 13
I found a today 🤷‍♂️☺️👌
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Ilena Gilbert-Mays Feb 7
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amanda peters Jan 8
Snowdrops popping up all over in the countryside on my ride today.
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Gibberd Garden Jan 7
Sundays on 10th, 17th, 24th February, 11.30am - 4pm. Homemade soup, hot drinks, cakes, scones. Find the wellies and the woollies and come and see us . Owing to ground condition there is restricted parking on site.
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Barbara Lawler 23 Dec 17
Welcome sign in my garden... Very early & morning tweeters 😊
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Paula Cooper Feb 16
A few images from a local wood which is flooded at the moment!
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Ian Malcolm Jan 2
Hi , is it brand new pics or previously-taken shots you're after for ? If it's the former, can I offer up my first in three seasons! Taken today and not opened yet, but what a pleasure.
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Burtown House Jan 18
With season upon us we are excited to be hosting a botanical art workshop with on February 9th and 10th here at this is a 2 day event with…
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Sophia Cooke Mar 5
My dad came out with a lovely statement recently that I felt I had to share. He said “women in your generation aren’t like snowflakes at all, but more like snowdrops - pushing through suppression and adverse conditions to stand up and bloom defiantly”. Proud over here!
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