Snowdrops are the earliest of the reserve’s wildflowers and this is the right time to look out for their green shoots pushing through the woodland’s leaf litter. Here, while we wait for the flowers, are five things you probably didn’t know about snowdrops.Continue reading
Julie Newblé has sent us a beautiful image of snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) flowering in the Village Green copse down by the decorated bridge. Thanks Julie.
A lone clump of snowdrops in the copse between The Race and Sheep Field photographed yesterday by Ian Bushell.
Snowdrops are the earliest of the reserve’s wildflowers. Here are five things you probably didn’t know about themContinue reading
Five fascinating facts about snowdropsContinue reading
The park is full of water; there are deep puddles everywhere. Everything is wet and muddy and the paths are flooded.Continue reading “Rain!”
The snowdrops are opening
The snowdrops in the copse in the southern corner of Village Green are beginning to open.
Video by Neil Bromhall
Header picture taken in the park by DKG
Here’s one of last year’s posts from snowdrop time: