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Sheltering Under The Fritillaria

I remember planting Fritillaria bulbs (also know as snakeheads, due to the pattern on the petals) as a child and being completely transfixed by how unusual they seemed when they flowered. Now I still hold that love as they are one of the few bulbs that flower in the winter months, casting away the winter blues. 

Here a field mouse looks up as it takes shelter under a small cluster of Fritillaria.

The glass dome measures 21cm height and 15cm in diameter.