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A mixture of snowdrops (Galanthus) and spring snowflakes (Leucojum) in full bloom. Photo taken on 15 March 2016. Every spring, this is what makes me forget the snow.
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Dulsineja, thanks for the advice!

Dulsineja

Thank you all for visiting.

PCVS - you'd have to plant some in the beginning, and gradually they will spread. But it does not go fast. This garden has been grown in this way for some decades. I hope it continues like this!

Wow! I'd love to have these take over most of my yard!

Deanna

As if snow had fallen,, a beautiful garden and picture, thank you Dulsineja ♥:))

dobrajaneckova

Very beautiful spectacle! :-)

Dulsineja

Hi beyondwords - the only thing done is late mowing. So after they bloom, we let them grow further and mow the lawn in May. This is enough to keep them going, and yes, the area stays green all year long. Thank you for visiting!

Wow! I can't imagine so many. Wonderful to look at after saying goodbye to snow.
What happens to this area after they stop blooming? Does it stay green? Not need any attention?

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