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If you'd have asked me last week when snowdrops flower, I would have said, without hesitation, that you'll normally see the first of them at the end of January.
However, Landscape Juice Network member, Helen Nock, has today added an photo of a snowdrop she's seen this weekend.
It's the earliest I've ever know snowdrops to flower.
Have you seen any yet?
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