Do Snowdrops Mean Spring is Here?

Surprise! March 6th is the earliest date for snowdrops on my calendar here in Madison.

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The previous morning we had clumps of snow, which melted before noon.

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Snowy morning Photo: Rebecca

Happy nearly spring! Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco! ¡Olé! -Rebecca

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Snowdrops Photo: Rebecca

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10 thoughts on “Do Snowdrops Mean Spring is Here?

  1. Great pics Rebecca! And I hope Spring reaches Madison as soon as possible (I mean, I love Spring)…but no snow this year in Valencia and our temps are rising almost every day…hope it stays that way because they say that warm weather will get rid of this coronavirus! Great post and all the best,
    Adeu,
    Francisco

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    1. This would be early for Minnesota. But I bet they’ll be adorning your garden by April 6th. Minneapolis growing season seems to start one month after Madison’s. Our zone is 5a and yours is more a 4b, weather wise. xo

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