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I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of the rather special Galanthus I purchased last year, they have been residing in a shady spot and are tucked up under a layer of beech leaves, I keep checking for greenery but so far not a hint on it. I am holding my breath and hoping they emerge from the undergrowth, it would be too sad if they just gave up the ghost after one season.
Glanathus Mrs Thompson is one I have high hopes for
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