Are all snowdrops the same? Or, if we look very closely, can we see the small differences that make each variation unique?
Come on a virtual tour of the Winter Garden at Anglesey Abbey to see beautiful, colourful, and interesting plants that brighten the dullest days.
Yellow snowdrops certainly bring a golden glint to the February garden and are greatly valued by many gardeners. They also have a fascinating history and, very possibly, an exciting future.
What a strange name for a snowdrop. It’s difficult to imagine anything less like a snowdrop than an enormous pig but that’s its name. Find out how it got that name and what a lovely snowdrop it is.
What are these strange-sounding snowdrops? See what they look like, find out about their histories, and how and why they got their names – and a lot else besides.
We grow sarcococca for its perfume but let’s take a closer look. Perhaps we can find the source of the wonderful scent and discover a fascinating plant.
A beautiful evergreen shrub with long, dangling catkins all winter. But take a closer look to find the hidden details within. You’ll be amazed!