Nature’s Subtleties: Double Snowdrops

I rarely resist bending down to look inside a double snowdrop. Like most aspects of gardening, it’s hard on the knees, but uplifting to the soul.

The hurried passerby thinks all snowdrops are the same. It’s only by sparing those few extra moments to look closer that we start to appreciate nature’s subtleties.

35 thoughts on “Nature’s Subtleties: Double Snowdrops

  1. jesh stg says:

    i LOVE snowdrops – everything about them – they can bloom in the snow, they are fragile looking and dainty, and they are white! Have never seen these dounle ones! Thanks for the “like”!

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