Snowdrops are often the first plants to break ground in the new year, braving the cold and frost.
As they emerge, other plants gradually show their faces, too, along with evergreens that remain year-round. It’s these plants you can grow alongside snowdrops to make beautiful planting combinations for winter colour.
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