Tag Archives: Galanthus nivalis

Wildings.

A few years ago I transferred some of my wild snowdrops, Galanthus nivalis, from the woodland to the front border by the drive. I planted them at the back of the border amongst the red stems of Cornus alba sibirica … Continue reading

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It’s Wild Snowdrop Time!

All of a sudden there are white patches everywhere in the woodland, Galanthus nivalis and Galanthus nivalis flora pleno  have popped up to join in with the “specials”. This is earlier than last year when it was mid February before … Continue reading

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