Snowdrops and (winter) roses
Some cheerfulness from my winter garden on what is otherwise a very dull sort of day.
Hellebores, or winter roses, can always be depended upon to pop up their heads when nothing else is willing.
This is the third winter for these blooms, and each year they are stronger and more abundant. They were purchased from
H. x hybridus 'Double Picotee'
H. x hybridus 'White spotted'
H. x hybridus 'Primrose yellow spotted'
If I've whetted your appetite for these winter beauties, you can learn a lot more about them in
with Peter Leigh from Post Office Farm.