I planted this snow drop (and more) last November. The bulbs were sitting around for a long time and I was afraid I had waited too long and they’d no longer be viable. I finally just ran around in a frenzy shoving them into the ground willy-nilly.

I’m so grateful this one made it. Don’t know how much longer I could go without some evidence of green.

7 Responses to “first”

  1. Barb Says:

    Ohhhhhh, that’s so sweet!!! There IS hope after all. Thank you!!

  2. Wendy Says:

    I saw one in Ann Arbor last week (in someone else’s yard). But even the photo here makes me happy and hopeful. A powerful spring symbol.

  3. christine Says:

    OH YES the bulbs are coming up—- the bulbs are coming up—–woooo w000

  4. Ellen Says:

    ummm! I wonder what else you’ll have springing up!!

  5. Liza Says:

    So nice! What a wonderful sight. Thanks for sharing it.

  6. jude Says:

    isn’t it reassuring when this happens?

  7. jennie Says:

    spring really is on its way! and snowdrops end up spreading willy nilly, you gave them a head start in that regard. i love finding a random bloom in the middle of a lawn.

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