March In My Garden

Snowdrops

I love this one! It produces a tiny snow white cluster bloom in a month that most plants wouldn't even consider poking their little heads out!


Each plant come from a small bulb and before you know it, a cluster of narrow foliage appears, growing to approximately seven to eight inches tall.


It multiplies too, so you don't have to plant many! They are so sweet and brave to adorn your garden during winter months

Painting of Snowdrops by Victoria Platt Ellis

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