I came across this little plant on our lovely sunny walk to Harvington, a local park, this morning. It really felt like spring was join the air and we stumbled across these pretty white flowers.
What were they? The leaves suggested a spring bulb, but they weren’t like the snowdrops in my garden.
It turns out that this is Galanthus Nivalis, commonly regarded as a native British species of snowdrop, but now thought to have been introduced in the sixteenth century. It’s different from the ones in my garden, is all that I can say.
I have spent the evening at a meeting of a reinvigorated BYMT fundraising committee. Somehow I have become the Committee’s Communications Officer. It means a lot of emailing.