Galanthus “Lapwing” was discovered by 1977 by Phil Cornish in Warwickshire near Lapworth and it has retained a popularity due to its characteristic two toned cross that stands out even in the winter gloom, bobbing from a long pedicel in the winter storms when I took the photographs on Saturday. A first rate snowdrop that is in its second year here and already robust with two blooms and healthy foliage.

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