garden ponderings


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In between rain storms, I noticed this snowdrop flower. I thought I had planted some of these bulbs, but totally forgot where. Finally, I found it, outside a fenced area, because I thought the deer & rabbits would not eat them.

Many years ago, I had a small clump of snowdrops that were the first flowers to come up every year. They did not seem to multiply like daffodils, bluebells and many other bulbs did. This lone survivor is showing no signs of multiplying either.

The daffodil leaves in the background do keep multiplying, though.


Author: susanpots

potter, gardener of flowers and vegies

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