This little snowdrop has appeared. Does anyone know which variety it is?
Just to say
Cathy has answered my question and told me that this double snowdrop is ‘Lady Elphinstone’ the only yellow double. Thank you Cathy.
I love it when the post person knocks because the delivery will not fit in the box. Even better if it’s a gift.
Stand on head to read.
All carefully wrapped
Yippee! Carefully wrapped snowdrops and pots to plant them in. Thank you very much Cathy.
Now if the “Beast from the East” and Storm Emma would push off I could go about planting them. In the interim I shall pot them up in some compost and hope for the best.
Take care out there everyone. D.
Today I have the pleasure of sharing a vase with you, put together by my friend Jo. Jo has been kind enough to say how much she has enjoyed the “in a vase” posts and how it has inspired her to try to bring something in her house from her own garden.Thank you Jo, I guess you realised how I am rather occupied with other things at the moment.
It is always a joy to see some snowdrops, Galanthus nivalis, they really are so lovely, especially close up at your kitchen table. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing them with me and I hope you are happy to see them here.
Do please take a look at the other vases. Go to Cathy at https//ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com/19/01/15/in-a-vase-on-monday-Luna-Landing
Wishing you all a great week. Dorris
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