Not long now until my blog turns into a flower blog. I can't help myself with the many bulbs and spring flowers that are popping up! On our sunday walk through the mud, we passed by this field of snowdrops. I think it's the first time I saw them in the wild! In French snowdrops are called Perce-neige, snow drillers, because they have the power to drill through a thin layer of snow. Pretty powerful for such a cute little flower…
When they were still in the ground:
6 thoughts on “Snowdrops”
Haha! Flowerblogs are always a good idea! Love the snowdrops and miss the forest walks.
Merci Elodie! I thought of you when we walked there, because it wasn't far from Compiègne ;) bisous!
Oh my, I don't know what is sweeter, the innocence of this beauty or the fact they are called Snowdrops! How sweet! Of course your photos are as gorgeous as ever. Thank you for sharing x
Thank you so much Jocelyn! I guess there are no snowdrops in Arizona, but I hope you enjoyed the sweetness through the pictures ;) Have a lovely week! xx
these are beautiful. and there is nothing wrong with a flower blog xoxo
Hahaha guess not! Today I picked the first daffodils from our garden and I also picked some helleborus, so lots of flowers to inspire this flowerblog :D xx