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Monday, April 06, 2020


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Barbara H.

I was lucky enough to get a small clump at our Master Gardener sale last year - it had one lone flower and someone wanted to know what it was. I exclaimed I had been looking for that and the potential customer graciously stepped aside to let me buy it. This year it had several flowers, which was good because the writing on the tag I had put in the ground with it had washed off and I wasn't 100% sure I remembered where I had planted it.
Those two in the last picture are so lovely.

Lisa at Greenbow

You have a nice collection of Galanthus. I like the doubles. I am glad you could tell me I had Flore pleno. I love Galanthus but I would never be able to keep them straight I am afraid.

Kris P

I love that 'Magnet' snowdrop. Noticing all the differences between them, I'm very certain that, had I the climate for them, I'd develop a bit of addiction on these flowers myself.

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