Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Uh . . . what?

Snowdrops are here already, and we've had, perhaps, three days of winter. 
 It just feels . . . well . . . weird.

And even a bit wrong.

In February 2011, the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture said the snowdrop "blooms from mid-winter [my emphasis] to early spring."

Kew Royal Botanic Gardens claims "flower of hope" is one of its common names

Alrighty, then.

Here's what I'm hoping for: more winter.

Give me all four seasons.


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