I think these are called "snowdrops," but I'm not sure. Hey, Kim, do you know?!?!?

These come out at the end of winter. Usually way before the daffodils. I have them throughout our flowerbeds and also scattered randomly in the backyard. (They must spread, because they are in some pretty odd places out back.) These must have been planted by Joe's Aunt Kate.


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