Monday, 31 January 2022

Snowdrops

 

Sometimes I struggle what to post on Tuesday but thought of the snowdrops that were coming through in our garden (I hope I  have not stole someone else's idea), The snowdrops have been showing for a couple of weeks but the other day some started to come into flower.

This is one little clump growing in one of the flowerbeds

More grow in the other bed. The raised bed behind nave more snowdrops scattered in it.

The next day I thought I'd go up the churchyard to see the snowdrops there, this is the first place I went as it has a beautiful display there

Growing through the dead leaves which set off their drooping heads

As I walked back to the entrance to the churchyard I passed these snowdrops under an old bush.

I will leave you with this taster for Skywatch Friday, taken over the old boundary wall in the new churchyard near my Parents Grave

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17 comments:

  1. These are lovely flowers and yes I also find it difficult to pick a topic to write on.
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  2. It's so lovely to see the snowdrops there. Looks like spring is on its way. And that sky is beautiful.

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    1. The spring is on its way here that is for sure

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  3. Snowdrops are the first sign of life returning to the garden. You have some fine ones in your garden.

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  4. How pretty! I hadn't seen this flower before but I love them.

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    1. I doubt you would get them where you live though they could well be grown there

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  5. Sweet flowers! We still have snow on the ground and I'd rather have snowdrops.

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    1. The peek through the snow here when we have any

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  6. A good sign that Spring is to come.

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  7. What a lovely subject you picked! I know it's exciting to see such beauty in the wintertime.

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