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Leucojum aestivum is a perennial spring flower, a close relative of snowdrops, but is taller with bigger flowers. It blooms in moist deciduous forests in early spring. It is widespread in Europe and Southwest Asia. Due to its rare occurrence, it belongs to the endangered and protected species
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Hi Dulsineja, it will be beautiful to look at your garden full of snowdrops. When you find the photo, please let me know, thank you ♥:))


Hi again, Deanna, when I make a puzzle out of the old photos, I will let you know. :) Have a nice day.


Dulsineja, my dear, your garden with a flood of snowdrops must be beautiful. It is good that you are not in a hurry to mow the grass and you give living space and time to these beautiful spring flowers. I would like to see it ♥:))


Yes indeed! I love winter, but spring always wins it eventually. I enjoy seeing flowers in the wild. For me, snowdrops are special also because the garden at "our old house" is so full of snowdrops you cannot really walk in it (the garden is old, too, plus we do not hurry with mowing the lawn). :)


Dear Dulsineja, you love snow, and I think the white color of these spring flowers is a nonviolent transition between winter and spring. The carpets of these flowers in the forest look like snow, I think you would like it ♥:))


Flowers like this one make me love spring despite the fact that I am so fond of snow.


greatoma, thank you for the nice description of the flower in my photo, I'm very glad you like it and I am pleased from meeting with you ♥:))


Junko, thank you for your nice visit, nice to meet you. I am very pleased that my information about those flowers is interesting to you ♥:))


Jill, thank you for coming to look at my flowers. I'm glad that I was able to show you the difference between them, it's understandable that you can't perceive it when they don't grow with you ♥:))


Robin, I'm glad you like that nice spring flower. I took a photo last weekend, the area where there is a "flood" of these flowers in the forest is about 20 km from my home ♥:))

tiny and pretty

I also appreciate that you gave us the information about this flower. It is very pretty.


Oh how interesting - thank you for the information, I would not have realised it was different to S Snowdrop without it. 😊❣️


That's a pretty little flower. Do they grow in your area and have you seen any yet?

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