“Welsh border people gather bunches of them to purify the home. Yet this may be risky, for snowdrops are also known as Death Flowers in some counties; perhaps because they grow in churchyards.”
— Charles Kightly
Source: Kightly, Charles (1987), The Perpetual Almanack of Folklore.
Image: Hardman, Joseph (1893-1972), Horse Riders in Snowdrops. Available HERE.
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