Saturday, 10 March 2012

Not a snowdrop weekend - a few flowers from the cottage garden.

A multi-segmented Leucojum vernum
- about the nearest to a double-flowered form there is.

Hepatica nobilis 'Walter Otto' - a lovely double form of the hardy European species, selected in Germany.
Saxifraga juniperifolia

Cyclamen pseudibericum

A pale form of Chionodoxa forbesii

Small but perfectly formed: Narcissus 'Lionel Bacon'

Helleborus x ashwoodensis 'Pink Ice'

Galanthus nivalis 'Virescens': the original 'green snowdrop' and still beautiful, though it often doesn't last long in flower, thanks to its late flowering season.

1 comment:

  1. Dear John.
    Ohh dear, such beautiful beautiful spring flowers. They´re just soooo lovely.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Best regards, Fie.


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