Category: snowdrops

A beautiful Kentish snowdrop garden… a …

A beautiful Kentish snowdrop garden… a paradise for pollinators early in the year. There were over 400 different varieties of snowdrop in this garden!

celestialphotography:

celestialphotography:

Snowdrops and honeybees: first signs of Spring

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These snowdrop tiles were designed by architect and designer Augustus Pugin. Below are some ideas for a pollinator inspired interior using the colours of the snowdrop tiles. *Please note: pigs are not pollinators. Do not be fooled by the presence of the young gentleman residing in the centre of the table, he is merely admiring his surroundings.

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Table setting was designed and photographed by Debra on Pinterest 

larapaulussen: The first snowdrops are in blo…

larapaulussen:

The first snowdrops are in bloom 🌱💖

sailleengladelling:

sailleengladelling:

🌱today the garden🌱

THE SNOWDROP AESTHETIC… fashion inspired by sn…

THE SNOWDROP AESTHETIC… fashion inspired by snowdrops and bees.

elisebuch:I’m super excited that spring has ar…

elisebuch:

I’m super excited that spring has arrived, I feel like the waiting was long… Where ever I look I now see snowballs and other flowers popping up from the ground. Let’s enjoy them for as long as they are here ❤🍃🌿
@Elise.Buch

Wild London: Bright and cheerful harbinger of …

Wild London: Bright and cheerful harbinger of spring: undefined

jillraggett: Plant of the Day Thursday 11 Fe…

jillraggett:

Plant of the Day

Thursday 11 February 2016

A woodland full of naturalised Galanthus nivalis f. pleniflorus ‘Flore Pleno’ (double snowdrop) at Marks Hall Arboretum, Essex, U.K. This small bulbous perennial has narrow, grey-green leaves and solitary, nodding, fragrant, double white flowers. It grows well in humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil that does not dry out in summer, so a woodland is ideal.

Jill Raggett

These are some great early blooming wildflower…

These are some great early blooming wildflowers for pollinators… purple crocus flowers, white snowdrops and the yellow winter aconites.