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glory of the snow..


glory of the snow.. (Chionodoxa luciliae (Glory of the snow))

closer of the open flower..



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I love the way this pops up all over the place - once you have it, it seems it will be there to stay. I didn't even plant mine! They must have come in a pot at some time.

2 Mar, 2012

 

its beautiful! See the slug trails there tho! Eek!

2 Mar, 2012

 

Nice little thing, very good blue.

2 Mar, 2012

 

Thanks Ojibway this one has popped up from an area i cleared last december.. like you say it's still managed to pop up again..
Thanks Pixi, yes i have one or two here now Grrr :-))
Thanks Pp they are one of my blue collection :-))

2 Mar, 2012

amy
Amy
 

This is very pretty !

2 Mar, 2012

 

its lovely

2 Mar, 2012

 

Thanks Amy :-)

2 Mar, 2012

 

Thanks Sticki :-)

2 Mar, 2012

 

very pretty

2 Mar, 2012

 

Beauty Surreylad

2 Mar, 2012

 

Thanks Yorkshire :-)
Thanks Paul :-)

2 Mar, 2012

 

:))))))

2 Mar, 2012

 

Mine have disappeared!

2 Mar, 2012

 

Almost artificial blue :)

2 Mar, 2012

 

Meanie, they may very well pop up somewhere. Mine never seem to remain in the same place from one year to another. Not sure how this happens!

2 Mar, 2012

 

Jumping?

2 Mar, 2012

 

Or might have American spirit - moving all around, lol.

2 Mar, 2012

 

Ojibway93 - they'd better get on with it then as I move in six weeks!

2 Mar, 2012

 

perhaps they have gone to your new house??!!

2 Mar, 2012

 

I reckon that they've gone somewhere!

2 Mar, 2012

 

Thanks everyone, that's unusual Meanie, if you want some after they've finished flowering i can send some to you...

2 Mar, 2012

 

That's kind of you SL, but I need to find out what's in the new garden over the next year............

3 Mar, 2012

 

Good luck with the move Meanie...and let's hope you find some gems in the new garden.

3 Mar, 2012

 

Pimpernel - it has lots of naturalized Aconites. Sadly it also has Japanese Anenomes, Roses and Perriwinkle. And next door has a Clematis that'll need to be sorted too!

3 Mar, 2012

 

Good luck with the move Meanie and the new garden..

3 Mar, 2012

 

and the new [clematis owning] neighbours!

3 Mar, 2012



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