Galanthus Warburg Primrose (above) and Galanthus Bertram Anderson (below)
Galanthus elwesii var elwesii Maidwell L (above) and Galanthus nivalis Magnet (below)
Galanthus plicatus Colossus (above and below)
‘Tis Snowdrop time, as with much else, early this year and so I thought I’d get myself into gear with a just a select selection. More, obviously, to come.
And a roundup of recently tweeted images, just to make sure I haven’t kept anything back from the folks at The Teddington Gardener (plus I think, especially with the Hellebores, more is more, even if they are repeats…)
This gallery are all Ashwood hybrids – such a range of freckles and dots, blotches and picotee edges, solid pure colours and blends, singles, anemone-centred and doubles with contrasting or complimentary nectaries to set the whole thing off –
… and they make superb floral displays, either as longer stems in simple posies (in which…
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