Wednesday, March 14, 2012


David and Margaret Gullette offer Snowdrops in March to a Newton Corner neighbor.

Have you ever seen Snowdrops covering the ground when there has been no snow all winter?  Today, Marash Girl saw exactly that -- Snowdrops everywhere on the grounds of this beautiful Victorian home.  What are Snowdrops?  They are small plants that bear tiny white flowers, perrennials that not only come up every year (even before crocuses), but spread with little or no encouragement.  And they are beautiful.   Marash Girl asked and she was given this beautiful pot of Snowdrops which she immediately carried to her own Victorian home at the bottom of the hill. If you scroll down, you will see the Snowdrops in their new home.
Snowdrops in March replanted by Marash Girl on her front lawn at the foot of the antique bench reconstructed by Peter in his 95th year. 

1 comment:

  1. I saw the snowdrops yesterday when I stopped by MG's house - so delicate!