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Garden Of Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Gardd Cymru Jan 31
This weekend at the Garden - Weekend! Come and explore our mile of snowdrops and get tips on growing and caring for your collection from snowdrop expert and self-confessed galanthophile, Talks at 11:30am both days, guided tours at 2pm
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Woodland Trust Jan 8
The most recorded species for last week was first flowering with 24 records! Have you spotted any on a woodland walk or in a hedgerow? Get recording your snowdrop sightings at
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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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RBGE Mar 8
The last walks of the season take place this weekend. Enjoy a special tour of to discover our collection of specialist snowdrops & other early flowering plants that herald the onset of spring.
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Hospice UK Feb 16
The Festival is in full swing now, and there are across England and Wales showcasing fabulous displays of snowdrops. The festival will benefit a host of great UK charities including Hospice UK:
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Jonathan Moseley Feb 20
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BBC Radio Leeds Feb 20
season is upon us, have you seen them out and about? We speak to Head Gardener Ben Preston in , this morning, where they're open especially this week for people to have a look at some!
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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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Lena Andreassen Mar 14
Snowdrops comming up in The snow ,Its Springtime in Oslo
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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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Susan Poupard ✨ Feb 10
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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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Essex Wildlife Trust Mar 17
A from a slightly different perspective... 📷 John Parish
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Visit Notts Feb 5
Great to see Nottingham's featured in 's round up of season. They have something extra special this year with some amazing aerial acrobatic outdoor theatre performed high up in the trees from Feb 16th >
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Common Farm Flowers Jan 27
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Alison Moore Feb 13
A little casualty in the garden yesterday
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Meryl Sep 5
Large Vintage Oxford Stoneware - Brown and Cream Snow Flower ENDS SOON via
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Emma Feb 9
At this time of year there is nothing better than ... via
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National Trust Wales Feb 9
'Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.' Vincent Van Gogh Take a closer look at open this weekend only for walks. The house is closed but the ornamental garden has wonderful views over Cardigan Bay too.
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Will Simpson Feb 9
I've lived and worked at very happily for almost 4 years and am looking forward to sharing the place (especially the garden!) with others this weekend at our tea Open Days - all free bar tea & cake!
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