Over time labels, especially near grass and therefore lawnmower range, disappear so I’m not entirely sure of the variety of this first survivor of a tidy-up. It could be one of the following: Galanthus reginae-olgae ‘Cambridge’, Galanthus elwesii monostictus ‘Barnes’ or Galanthus peshmenii. All three snowdrops are pushing up now and soon I’ll be able to compare them. I’m not so sure about my feelings about snowdrops this early. There’s still a lot of colour in the garden. And by the retrospective laws of blogging I can now confirm, having found the label, that this is ‘Rainbow Farm Early’.