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January 28, 2011


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Your Snowdrops are beautiful and how exciting for you. Nothing that exciting happening here. Or at least not near that pretty. I did see some green coming up that I think are my Naked Ladies and if that is so then I'll really be anxious to see them.

Karin/Southern Meadows

How very exciting! I always think the first bloom up in the year is worth celebrating! Your snowdrop is gorgeous!


Snowdrops are so sweet and they come up at a time when they are most welcomed.
Looking forward to your pruning post. Taught a pruning class with another MG who is also an arborist. I LIKE pruning!


Kathleen, I enjoy pleasant surprises too! I need to plant snowdrops in my garden so I can enjoy them next year too! Carolyn, over at Carolyn's shade gardens blog has some beautiful images of snowdrops posted on her blog. She's quite obsessed with them actually and has many varities.


Hurray! Surprises like that are wonderful aren't they? I'm looking forward to your pruning post.


Snowdrops! Just the start of the spring surprises. I'm happy for you! So much more fun to come in the months ahead.




Kathleen, that is amazing! All my garden is still covered in snow, but I'm anxiously awaiting my first blossom, whether it be snowdrop, hellebore and crocus!


Kathleen girl you have been confusing me this morning ! LOL
Your name links first to your Typepad blog (I have a sky blog over there that I have meant to post pictures on since last year!) eeekkk !
My god you have a Snowdrop blooming!!!??? You lucky devil!
I am so hoping to see a wonderful hellebore show in my raised bed .. winter does seem to drag on at this time doesn't it .. February is upon us in a day more so it is moving forward. Love seeing this gorgeous Snowdrop !
Joy : )


A snowdrop in January? Nothing short of fantastic! I'm so happy for you :)
What a glorious little dollop of spring! It's your reward for producing such beauty in the house throughout the winter months :)

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