1st Snowdrop is Back

We wondered if the flower would survive its blanket of snow… Our hearty snowdrops lived. Flowers are powerful symbols of resurrection. Spring brings miracles in Mother Nature.

Snowdrop Returns Photo: R. Cuningham

What does spring mean to you? Leave a comment below.

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¡Olé! –Rebecca

This post is part oCee’s Flower of the Day.


Rebecca Cuningham

19 thoughts on “1st Snowdrop is Back

  1. Hurray!! I saw the green stems poking up through the snow in my neighbors yard today, a little worse for wear. (If I knew those neighbors, I would suggest they put a covering of leaves around them before the next two cold days hit.)

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      1. In Wisconsin, it’s about Survival!! In New Jersey and Maryland, it’s a long, glorious flowering.


  2. Adding my voice to the readers who are just glad they survived another year. I remain very afraid of Covid and started feeling my age only last year when it finally hit me that Covid was here to stay.

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