By ANNE RAVER
Published: April 3, 2008
MANY of us have a few snowdrops or winter aconites — those little yellow flowers shaped like buttercups — in some sheltered nook in the garden. We probably planted them ourselves, on our hands and knees, on a cold fall day, wondering if we had the patience to plant all 200 bulbs we'd been insane enough to buy.
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