K so today I saw the snow bells blooming in my yard, and decided to go to the forest to see the ones there; whether or not they're wild, I dunno. Most likely not, since houses border the forest, so they prolly migrated there.
Although, few were actually completely open.
(Yeah, those pellets are deer crap; it was EVERYWHERE)
Anyone know what he is doing? (Heh, I just remembered, it's 'National Save a Spider Day'.)
Random fungi thing
And now just a comparison to the 'garden variety' snow bells with the 'wood variety' in my yard.
Obviously, the 'garden variety' is much more ornamental.
Ornamental on left, normal on right. (Ornamental seems to open earlier.)
What's funny is that just yesterday or the day before, these plants were under like 4 inches of snow--flowering. They always seem to do that.