The 2015 Snowdrop Catalogue, featuring snowdrops and other winter interest plants like cyclamen and hellebores, is on the sidebar, and we are taking orders. To access the catalogue, please click here.
The main attraction of snowdrops is that they bloom at a time of year when flowers are rare in the garden. There is nothing like a solitary group of beautiful white flowers to light up a dismal, cold day in February. Although companion plants are not necessary to achieve this effect, snowdrops are even more lovely when paired with other flowering plants or evergreen leaves. This post will give you some ideas of what plants combine well with snowdrops to create winter interest in your garden.
Nursery News: Our nursery, Carolyn’s Shade Gardens, is currently closed. If you would…
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