The evidence is in: there’s Spring in them thar hills! Or, at least, there are snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) blooming in the east end of Toronto.
These fellas aren’t the 60 or so I planted last fall. They’re part of the happily multiplying family that has been hardily pushing through snow and leaves for years. One year, as early as January. Most years, though, at around about this time. Next year, I hope with many more newly planted cousins beside them.
Just in time for Canada Blooms. I’ll be at the show as an early-morning tour guide on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Will you be going to Canada Blooms this year?