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Maude Frome Jan 4
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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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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Paula Cooper Feb 16
A few images from a local wood which is flooded at the moment!
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💝Barbie Aliza💝 Mar 27
MY sister like a daughter😘 My brother like a son😘 Dono hi meri zindagi hai 😘
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Drea MacMillan Feb 2
Had a lovely wander around Colesbourne Park yesterday, heaven!
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Alison Moore Feb 13
A little casualty in the garden yesterday
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Heather Angel Feb 26
Snow this am, infrared thermometer measures temperature on as –0.35°C. Too cold for flower to open and for pollinators to be on the wing
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Shed 1 Distillery Jan 30
First snowdrop-sighting of the year. 🌼 😀
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Helen Brown Dec 21
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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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Common Farm Flowers Jan 27
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Anglesey Abbey NT Feb 12
Snowdrop collage showing a few of the hundreds of varieties here in the beautiful gardens
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Plantaholic Feb 13
Snowdrop heaven at the RHS Spring show in London
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The Woodland Trust Jan 29
Our species of the week is first flowering, with 52 records! Add your sightings and let us know what's happening to wildlife near you at
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NationalGardenScheme Feb 2
With the gradually changing colour, it is only fair to introduce you to Galanthus Chameleon. This multicoloured has a charming golden heart on its inner petals. Stunning!
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NationalGardenScheme Feb 6
Hate it or love it? has fallen across the UK apart from the south. If you feel like you missed out, we have plenty of gardens to make up for it!
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Hanham Court Gardens Jan 13
We are delighted to announce that Hanham Court Gardens will again be open for our annual Day on Sun. 11th Feb 11am - 4pm
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Helen Brown Jan 22
Galanthus atkinsii, a tall, vigorous good for naturalising
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Hardy Plant Society Dec 25
Galanthus ‘Ding Dong’ rings out greetings on this morning.
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karen gimson Feb 18
Potting shed window today. Galanthus viridapice.
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