Shall we have a Snowdrop Waltz today? I am glad to say that today the Galanthus nivalis "Flore Pleno” snowdrops finally made their “debutante” appearance in the leavesnbloom garden. They may look shy with their nodding heads awaiting their
pollinator “beau” . But underneath those outer scalloped petals that look like a silk organza ballgown are cascades of ruffles like a crinoline petticoat.
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The snowdrops sure know how to entice with their subtle scent of honey once the sun starts shining and with their alternating stripes of green to which any
pollinator “beau” sees as a glow of ultraviolet and irresistible.
Let the dancing begin!
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"Ever since the creation of the world his eternal power and divine nature, invisible though they are, have been understood and seen through the things he has made. So they are without excuse." Romans 1:20
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