I don’t think I’ve ever seen snowdrops and bluebells together before. I mean, snowdrops (winter flowers) should all be well finished by now, then the bluebells arrive in spring.

But yesterday I saw both, together….


  1. They do go together well. 😀 😀

  2. Woww!! That’s so beautiful

  3. Extraordinary. Snowdrops have been over here for two months or so.

  4. Similar scenes can be found over on Hoe Rough today. Sleet one minute, 18 C the next. Small wonder the flowers are confused!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. I am not a specialist, by no means, but I don’t think these are snowdrops (Schneeglöckchen). We call these snowflakes (Märzenbecher).

  6. That is odd, although they are coming up with so many new plants nowadays it’s hard to keep up. I know our snowdrops were up in January (along with camellias and even a rather confused blooming rose) and the blue bells are just finished. They are quite beautiful together though.

  7. Might be unusual, but they combine to look even lovelier than just one type alone.

  8. The flower apocalypse? 😉

  9. But beautiful! 🙂 🙂

  10. If I can add my not so expert comment…. I am sure they are Snowflakes… height, style and timing seems to be right 😄

  11. I’m not at all qualified to comment on the discussion between snowflakes and snowdrops, but whatever they are they look very pretty with the bluebells.

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