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Maybe the snowdrops will be blooming and temperatures rising by the time he returns. The Sun (2010)My established snowdrops are flowering badly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I think the ground is full of daffodils and snowdrops and lilies and iris working their way out of the dark. The Secret Garden (1911) Some snowdrops in Britain probably derive from native plants, but many are are descendants of flowers that have escaped from gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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