Crocus and snowdrops

Crocus on the plot Monday

and snowdrops out the back Tuesday

helped make this a good start to March and Spring.

Have a good weekend!

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20 Responses to Crocus and snowdrops

  1. Jo says:

    Spring must be on it’s way now. I find I’m liking white flowers more and more. I always used to go for colours such as yellow or lilac crocus’s, but white seems so much more understated and pretty somehow.

  2. Louise says:

    Lovely! You can never have too many crocus and snowdrops. A sure sign that Spring is on its way. x

  3. nikkipolani says:

    Oh, what a happy picture that is of nodding snowdrops and upturned crocuses! Spring is coming to the plot!

  4. Glory says:

    Oh Mike I just love those snowdrops,
    they are simply gorgeous, brightened my day after
    fouling up my computer,, thanks luvvy….
    glory

    • Flighty says:

      Glory you’re welcome, and I’m glad that you like them so much!
      I’m sure that your computer problems will be sorted out soon.
      Take care! xx

  5. Carrie says:

    Oh lovely! What a happy sight to behold. Have a good weekend xxx

  6. mrs K says:

    Oop North still got hard frosts at night but the little green spikes are beginning to show through.

    Pond still freezes overnight, but unfrozen by 10am, why, the sun has shone for four days in a row.

    Huzzah.

    • Flighty says:

      Mrs K there’ve been frosty overnights here as well!
      It’s been a good week and I’ve been plotting four days since Monday. Huzzah indeed! xx

  7. Lisa says:

    Very nice. We just have piles of snow at the moment 😦

  8. your snowdrops are stunning! seeing a picture of yours makes me want to plant my own.

  9. Liz says:

    How absolutely gorgeous. Friends of mine had purple species crocus that spread across their front lawn; it was a sight to behold!

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