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Snowdrops

Snowdrops

While most plants go dormant in winter, the snowdrop wakes to offer up its diminutive yet delightful flowers to an appreciative public, which includes the solitary bees and flies who may find themselves out-and-about on a chilly day. Botanically diverse, these highly treasured plants can be found blooming throughout the garden from late-fall to early-spring and can be admired individually or en-masse. The peak of the display arrives in February as they carpet the understory in drifts of white and green in the Maureen K. Chilton Azalea Garden.