Where to see snowdrops in England this month

I wasn't planning to write about snowdrops, but the weather has been so grizzly in the last few weeks that I know readers will want to see what little is in flower if they can. I'm redirecting you to last's year's entry on SNOWDROPS.
Scotland has it's own Snowdrop Festival, so click on link for further details. Happy hunting!


  1. They look so delicate. I can only imagine what it would be like without blooms. I'm sure they will be a welcome sight for your readers. -- Bom

  2. One day, I will be in England for snowdrop season!

  3. Thought I'd pop in to say hello... it's been pretty grizzly here too :-) Must admit have enjoyed having a little time recently to catch up on my blog a bit and have the chance to enjoy all the ones I've missed.... hope all good with you - a lovely posting and gorgeous pics - take care Miranda

  4. No Snowdrops or Daffodils here yet, either. I have a feeling they will be early (for the northern U.S.) though. Lovely photo!

  5. I went to the Rococo gardens in Painswick last week and the snowdrops were looking just beautiful. There are a couple of pictures on my blog if you want to take a look. http://www.alisonpike.com/blog/?p=374

  6. Masses of snowdrops in Cornwall! Great clumps of them! And thanks for the heads up on Scotland's snowdrop festival. As I've married my Scot that is something to know! Val (My Small Cornish Garden)


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