Saturday, February 24, 2007

All species of the snowdrop have bulbs, linear leaves, and erect flowering stalks that are bare of leaves, but have a solitary bell-shaped flower at the top. This plant flowers in January or February in the northern temperature zone.

1 comment:

  1. They look like little fairy lanterns. Snowdrops don't grow here. We don't have severe winter and snow so it is only fair I guess. Your mother's drawing captured them so well.


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