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Plant of the Week: Snowdrops

Published on February 23rd 2020
It is Snowdrop season in the UK and Helen visited Yeo Valley to see their wonderful snowdrop collection.
Snowdrops, Galanthus nivalis, are thought to have been brought to the British Isles around the 16th Century when they became naturalized.
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Since then, the small white flowers have captured the love of people across the British Isles and further, with their delicate flowers and promise of spring.

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