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see But unseen, and prompted by goodness knows what, this curious little person reverses out of the ground stalk first.  Then it unfurls its cheery buttercup-like flowers surrounded by a ruff of green.  A native of southern Europe where the winters are milder, it’s surprising that the plant is unfazed by our harsher season, but it doesn’t seem to care, and if happy will seed into a decent-sized colony.

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enter site I once viewed a house in the depths of winter, and was beguiled by the sheet of golden winter aconites outside the kitchen window.  We didn’t buy the property, but it did inspire me to plant some when we came to our present place.  Trouble is they aren’t easy to get going.  If you buy dry corms they’re likely never to recover.  And growing from seed, always supposing you can get hold of some, is uncertain too.  Best to buy them in the green, like snowdrops, or better still beg some in flower from someone who has a large colony, and hope they seed themselves.  Even then, they are obstinate little things, spreading only when they feel like it.  Unfortunately mine are of a rebellious frame of mind, and it’s doubtful they’ll ever achieve the golden spread that I so envied.

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الخيارات الثنائية دورة كاملة Flowers, in cold old February are a wonderful sign that nature is resurgent and spring is on its way.  So how much must soldiers in the Crimean war have welcomed the sight of snowdrops after taking part in the 1854 siege of Sebastopol and suffering the horrors of a Russian winter. The Crimean snowdrop, Galanthus plicatus, is larger than our G. nivalis, but it reminded the war-weary soldiers of Britain and family.  One officer, Captain Adlington, dug up a clump and sent it back to his Norfolk home, where it thrived, and bulbs of it were given away, in due course making quite a colony in the Warham garden of a cowherd’s wife, one Mrs Buttle.  In 1916 the rector there, who happened to be a snowdrop enthusiast, sent bulbs of it to E. A. Bowles, doyen of the contemporary gardening world, and the Warham Snowdrop soon became famous among galanthophiles.


الخيارات الثنائية احتيال الموالية Galanthophilia is a serious affliction, making sufferers fall on hands and knees in damp earth to exclaim over a single flower with slight variation in its markings. And there are over 350 forms and varieties of snowdrops to coo over.  Can’t say I’ve ever understood the fascination myself, but then just getting ordinary snowdrops to grow in my parched patch was a challenge.


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كسب المال من موقع الويب الخاص بك So now I appreciate that not all snowdrops are the same.   And hope springs eternal, in more ways than one.


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