What a difference a year makes. As I have said before, the plants don't read the books.

Last year I photographed this plant blooming in January, this year on Dec 8. Do you recognize it?
December 8, blooms

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  • Diane Brenner
    on Sep 24, 2015

    Snowdrops/Galanthus (formal name)

  • Jean Stokes
    on Sep 18, 2016

    These are "snow drop" plants. They sprout and bloom here in NC around the same time as crocus which is in January,and sometimes snow is on the ground. They push right through and look so pretty!

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