A lot of gardeners seem to have snowdrops blooming. Even though it is a few weeks too early, I decided to take a look to see if I have any at least peeking out of the soil. I do, and some of them are blooming.
I just love the green spots, don’t you? This is the snowdrop by the birdbath that always blooms first. I’ve been trying to get more snowdrops growing in my yard. I plant them all over, but they never seem to come up in the spring.
A couple that I planted in the Semi-Shady Garden miraculously survived.
It was 70° today so it certainly felt like spring, but it’s still very early for snowdrops to be blooming. Or is it? I checked my archives for 2005, 2006 and 2007. It’s nice to have those records. It’s not too early for snowdrops. In fact, it’s a little late. They’ve been blooming in January recently instead of the last week in February/first week in March that I had been accustomed to historically.
Gardeners know all about Global Warming.