snowdrop bulbs when to plant

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 09:44:50 PDT
>Good to know, Bob -- thanks! Parts of British Columbia's interior has a similar climate to Denver (where I lived for several years), or at least the "wet parts of the Front Range" and I will pass on your experience to my gardening friends in "the Interior" as we call it.
Sure. Though where I live is hardly the “wet part” of anywhere. Our little neighborhood, on the western fringes of the Denver metro area, has received about an inch (2.5 cm) of rain since the last week in May. (I’m not complaining; there was a hailstorm in Denver and its northwestern suburbs featuring tennis-ball-sized hail, in May.) 
Not counting some alliums, there are about a dozen species of plants in flower here right now, mostly natives. This suits me just fine, though I imagine it would drive most gardeners crazy.
Bob Nold
Denver, Colorado
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