Don’t Do It! Don’t do it! Don’t do it! Earlier every spring, but always unexpected cold, snow and ice. They never listen to me. This is not from today—I took this photo four days ago and I had actually seen them the day before. I checked last year too, they were up on January 24, so it’s probably about the same this year as last. This year is similarly mild to warm and rainy. But daffodils will daffodil. . . . . . . . Follow me on Instagram. Visit my photography galleries on Portraits of Animals. All images used on this site are copyrighted to Bernadette E. Kazmarski unless otherwise noted and may not be used without my written permission. Please ask if you are interested in using one in a print or internet publication. If you are interested in purchasing a print of this image or a product including this image, visit my galleries of Photography on Portraits of Animals to see if I have it available already. If you don’t find it there, visit “Custom Prints” for availability and terms. I'll be more than happy to make a print for you. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Post navigation En GuardeDramatic Sunset 4 Comments I had snowdrops bloom today, the earliest I remember. Fortunately, spring bulbs have the equivalent of anti-freeze in their cells and they weather these crazy freeze thaw cycles just fine. Enjoy those snub noses poking out of the ground 🙂 Loading... Reply I need to get some snowdrops! I am fascinated when something as delicate as my scilla siberica bloom and then there’s an ice storm. They really don’t care. Loading... Reply Snowdrops are such a spirit lifter in the dead of winter! They multiply pretty quickly, plant 20 and within a few years you’ll have plenty to spread around and let multiply again. The secret is to divide and move while the foliage is still green. Loading... Reply I know just where I want to put them now that I’ve got my front yard kind of set up and I’ll clean up the back yard soon. Right where I can see them out a window, and on my walk around the yard with the kitties in the morning. Loading... Reply Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.