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the snow is melting, wildflowers are blooming

Saturday, 03 Mar 12 Rainy 12°C / 54°F

In the last days the snow has almost completely melted, showing the first wildflowers: snowpakes, crocuses, primroses (a few only) and hellebores are blooming.
But it’s still winter, and we are waiting for new snowfalls, forecast for Tuesday.


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green hellebore

Helleborus viridis



Primula vulgaris

Day 4446


Leucojum vernum



Crocus vernus


stinking hellebore

Helleborus foetidus


Native garden


  • anelson

    anelson wrote:

    thanks for showing us the wildflowers! lovely to see these in their native habitat.

    Posted on 04 Mar 12 (about 3 years ago)

  • Hedge

    Hedge wrote:

    Gorgeous! It’s such a nice peek at what’s to come. Hopefully you’ll not have too much snow?

    Posted on 11 Mar 12 (about 3 years ago)

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