27 March 2014

Snowdrops







Snowdrops in the Botanic Garden 11.3.2014.
A few days later they were covered with snow again.

I'm linking to Floral Friday Fotos,
Mona's Floral Love
and Today's Flowers.

56 comments:

  1. Nice to see, ours have all gone now just have daffodils coming out

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    1. Thank you Bill! The daffodils here are showing an inch of green. They won't be in bloom for some time.

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  2. Schneeglöckchen...immer wieder schön anzusehen.

    LG Mathilda ♥

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  3. So lovely and pure. Amazing !
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  4. Dear Gunilla, great photos and how lovely to see this first sight of spring.

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  5. All these beautiful snowdrops. Those are always the first spring ushers :-)

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  6. The last picture ist stunning! Wow!!!
    Brigitte

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  7. So gorgeous, Gunilla!
    Love those snowdrops...
    Warm greetings from Netherlands, Anna

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  8. the snowdrops are beautiful Gunilla; I imagine how pretty they'd be indoors/vase too

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    1. Thank you Carole! I've never tried that.

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  9. I love snowdrops - the very first promise of spring! Gorgeous pictures love the last one especially :)
    Thanks for joining Floral Love!

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  10. Beautiful, the last one is amazing!!
    Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thank you Candi! Have a lovely weekend.

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  11. HI Gunilla I love snowdrops however ours are nearly over. Great to see your shots. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thank you Margaret! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  12. Lovely flowers to see and a good sign of Spring Gunilla.
    Ours have just about disappeared now.

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    1. Thank you Roy! I saw the first crocuses today. :)

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  13. Beautiful! So delicate and yet so strong!
    Have a great weekend!
    kisses

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    1. Thank you Anastasia! Enjoy your weekend.

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  14. Early good morning to you from my time zone Gunilla.
    Snowdrops reminding one of the colour of fresh snow. They are very pretty and so tiny too. Oh! Did they survive being covered with snow? I suppose it would be difficult to still look your best after being chilled.
    Would be a struggle for the first blooms of Spring having to cope with those days when Winter still likes to say it's final good-byes.
    First new life of Spring is quite brave, so good those like you record their courage.
    Your clock shows me it's night time for you, have a lovely evening, and a restful, refreshing sleep.

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    1. Thank you Magda and good evening from us (or almost good night now)! They were just as pretty when the snow melted. The first blooms aren't easily scared by a little cold or a little snow. They often come up through the snow to show their beauty.

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  15. When I see them for the first time (every year) I know Spring is on its way. Beautiful capture of the Snowdrops, so small and delicate!

    Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thank you Barbara! Enjoy your weekend.

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  16. Looking forward to spring! These are lovely!

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  17. AH! Lucky you to have snowdrops in bloom!

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  18. Fina snödroppar! De har blommat för fullt i några veckor här också och nu har det kommit fler av andra sorters vårblommor. Ha en skön helg!

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    1. Tack Christina! Så småningom börjar vi också få andra blommor. Jag såg de första krokusarna igår. Ha en fin helg!

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  19. Lovely series!
    I'm sorry for you, that spring will not come -
    have a sunny weekend

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    1. Thank you Mascha! We've had a warmer March than usual. This time last year we had almost a meter of snow. :) Have a great weekend.

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  20. Lovely shot of the snowdrops.

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