Posted: 11/01/2015 at 13:24
Flumpy 1 if you look back on my 2014 thread you will see photos of snowdrops for Jan. 12th on it. It was a very mild wet Mediterranean type winter last year and flowers came early. This year I find is similar.
Lind Taylor2 Snowdrops do best if planted in the green. You buy them now and they will come with flowers and leaves still on. The smell when you open the box is out of this world. Buy in bulk and they are very cheap. Never buy less than 50 of each variety and plant up three or four bulbs together. they like company. mine have lots of Cyclamen and daffodils as company. The naturalised ones are smaller but do very well all over the country - Galanthus nivalis which just means the snowdrop of the snow!