Friday, 23 October 2009


You might be forgiven for thinking that climate change has resulted in our Snowdrops getting confused and flowering early, but this is not the case. Under a tree on the Nuffield lawn, a sight usually associated with late winter, early spring, can be found. Galanthus reginae olgae is an autumn flowering Snowdrop that flowers in October/November, producing strongly scented flowers before its leaves appear.

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