Monthly Archives: March 2015

Some numbers to consider when thinking about what a strange winter this was for us in the valley; our coldest temperatures were actually recorded way back in late November and early December. On both November 30 and December 2 the low was -14 deg. C and that was as cold as it got for the […]

Many of us have been collectors at some point in our lives. My son collects hockey cards. I have an interest in antique coffee tins. Jay Leno collects cars. But there are gardeners, mostly in the UK, who collect rare types of snowdrops (Galanthus) and will pay a frightening amount of money to obtain them. […]