Snowdrops: the First Sign of Spring

Yesterday was an exciting day in the GTA.  No, I am not talking about the Superbowl.  Earlier in the day, I took advantage of the unusual warmth to clean up my garden a little in anticipation of spring.  As I was raking up leftover hosta debris, I came across the green tips of Snowdrop leaves poking their resilient tips out of the soil!

Can flowers be far behind?

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