door Mijnard Scheers 4 april 2016
The medieval vicarage in Warffum (province of Groningen), where we moved to in 1972 as the first non-clergy after 700 years of occupation by preachers and vicars, has three-quarters of a hectare terrain with dozens of old fruit trees.
We were told that there were a lot of Snowdrops growing, which after their appearance at the end of January, could be admired for about two months. This turned out to be true; the majority of the terrain turns white because of the flowering Snowdrops and this continues until the end of March. – Read More –