Is that what they are called, snowdrops? There are some in my backyead, they have been there for years, they dont quite have the flowers yet though. I do like how there are always so many of them.
Wow, nice shot ... stunning when enlarged! Could Spring actually be getting there before here?
Yes, Jim, these really are snowdrops! I wasn't sure if the name was right or not, but I looked them up.George T., I wondered the same thing about Memphis the other day when I saw redbuds in bloom on Southern Heart's blog. They are even close to blooming here yet. Must be a different variety or something.Anyhow, we are getting another shot of winter this weekend with snow flurries predicted just north of here!
Oh I love these little flowers! They make me happy just to see them.
Oh, how lovely! Our daffodils are out now, and I saw redbuds blooming today. Unfortunately, it's supposed to snow today. UGH!
A sign of Spring. All we have is snow.
It's a wonderful photo !
Very pretty. I love how soft looking they are.
I really do hope spring is on its way!!!!
Thanks for the visit.I have been enjoying your site. I found it through SWF.Scientific nameis (Leucojum aestivum)Also known as Summer Smowflake. I don't know why because it blooms really early and is a tough little plant.Really nice photo in a natural setting.
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