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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Winter Flowers

It's Snowdrop season!

I arrived at Anglesey Abbey a little early but the doors were already open. The faithful had come to revere the Snowdrop!

Normally Snowdrops mark the move towards Spring after a hard winter but this year its been mild (I do hope we aren't going to be punished).

Anyway Anglesey (which I do like, always something to see).


Ah Snowdrops....






































Lunch was a large lump of chocolate cake and a pot of tea! Lovely and on offer at £3 ! Lovely!

Bird highlight ? A calling Great Spots and Long Tailed Tits (that were chasing each other!)

6 comments:

Liz said...

Hi,

Wow, an Iris in bloom???! Now that IS a surprise!

Oh to have a woodland of silverbirches like that. Lovely!

The Wessex Reiver said...

I love the snowdrop season, the year turns around once more. Funny to see A Abbey in this post, friend of mine volunteer gardens there 1dpw, we were just talking about it yesterday. Lovely CU's

oldcrow61 said...

The snowdrops are wonderful. I can't believe all the colour you have there with the other flowers. Great pictures Pete.

Tricia said...

Looks more like spring than late winter!!

turquis said...

The 2 pink hellebores are luscious and the Mahonia is incredibly amazingly huge. The one I saw abloom today in Philadelphia was a shadow of yours and that was the only plant in blossom.

Ragged Robin said...

Lovely photos and what a treat to see so many flowers in bloom in January.