March 27, 2018

As soon as the snow receded, signs of spring appear!

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DaffodilsDaffodils on the south facing slope near the Greenhouse



Hellebore 2Hellebores

Winter aconiteWinter Aconite that weathered the storms

And 3 special snowdrops growing in a protected area near the Greenhouse
obtained from Hitch Lyman, America's most famous galanthophile:Double yellow snowdrop 'Lady Elphinstone'The double yellow, 'Lady Elphinstone'

Galanthus lutescensGalanthus lutescens

G. elwesii 'Seagull'G. elwesii 'Seagull'
and last--but not least--magnolia buds are opening

Magnolia bud

Late April - Early May

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Late April - Early May 2016