A slightly later season for snowdrops means there’s still time to get out and see wonder displays of Galanthus elwesii in a number of settings.
Snowdrops seem to signal the slow passage of early spring. They appear in January and should reach their full glory in February.
So there’s still time to get out and see these wonderful displays. Some gardens have been reporting their snowdrops will be a week or more behind this year – even more reason to plan a visit.