Snowdrops.

Snowdrops.

This picture was taken during a walk through the grounds of David Lloyd George’s place in Llanystumddwy, North Wales.

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Snowdrops.

This picture was taken during a walk through the grounds of David Lloyd George’s place in Llanystumddwy, North Wales.

Author: susanjanejones

I write articles and short stories, and this year I've become a pocket novelist for my weekly.

18 thoughts on “Snowdrops.”

  1. I have struggled for ages to grow snowdrops without success. But this year for some reason they have finally decided to grow! Admittedly, there are only about four of them but after all this time I’m grateful for anything.

  2. Lovely photo. When hubby and I lived in a grotty flat in London with no garden, my mother-in-law used to send us a bunch of the first snowdrops of the season. She would wrap their stems in wet cotton wool, then cling-film, wrap the whole bunch in tissue paper and send them to us in a Jiffy bag. She is no longer with us, but the sight of these plucky blooms always brings her to mind.

  3. Hi Juliet, next time you pass anywhere near Llanystumddwy this time of the year, they’re up on the road to the writers’ retreat. Loads of them. I got right down close to these, aren’t they precious?

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