The snow I am referring to is Snowdrops, and they fill my garden this time of year.
Many years ago, I bought a few packages of snowdrop bulbs and planted them and then over the years I have planted a few more. Now every spring the garden is adrift with "snow"drops, in the flower borders, under trees, along pathways, and now they are in the lawn too.
I also have a few crocuses; they unfortunately do not seem to have multiplied, but are welcome splashes of colour in the garden borders.
So, Spring, we know you are just around the corner, you are welcome to come along any time.
Did someone say Spring?