Snowdrops and wild garlic

Today I made a walk in the riparian zone of the danube with my mother. All was full of snowdrops and  wild garlic. We collected some for lunch. Sunny met some swans again, he is always interested in birds :) I hope you all have a sunny weekend, here it was 16 degrees! A welcome contrast to the past days.


Alicia said...

nice walk! Sunny is a curious boy ;)
When you talk about your mother I always remember the post of your mother cactus :0

Lily said...

I wish you a beautiful weekend, too!

Ilse said...

nice pictures. What a nice trouser Sunny is wearing. Have you made it by your own? We also had a very sunny :-)) day

Have a nice weekend!

emmel-prutsemieke said...

what an amazing neighborhood!
Look who won my give away ;-)

cococita said...

Love these photos. In Belgium, temperatures were really delightful as well.

Never heard about white garlic ... so thanks for sharing as I learnt something new today.

Sunny made me smile in the last photo.

Lovely weekend to you!

[s.n.] said...

mei inglisch isn`t wärri gud! aber wild garlic wird bärlauch sein, oder? brr. ;) als ich mitten in rosenheim gewohnt hab, war nebenan der park und da wuchs der überall... und überall stank es dann auch immer nach dem! ;D (obwohl ich knoblauch zb gerne mag...)

liebe grüße,

wide-eyed-tree said...

@Alicia: oh yes, I think I will make pictures this year again of the glass house :)

@Lily: You too!Thank you :)

@Ilse: Yes, I knitted his jumper this winter

@cococita: these temperatures are so great! I needed some sun already!

@Sarah: hahahaha, ja, wenn der Bärlauch älter wird richt der ziemlich streng, aber die jungen Blätter nicht und die schmecken dann auch viel besser :)

Queen of Carrot Flowers said...

oh yay the snow cleared! Beautiful snowdrops and a very snug looking sunny

Pauline said...

I love the snowdrops. And Sunny is so sweet.
Hugs, Pauline

coco said...

our day was about the same temperature today but rain.
wild garlic sound interesting. how do you eat them??

mamutopia said...

Snowdrops are so cute! I like the name too, sneeuwklokjes in Dutch :)

wide-eyed-tree said...

@coco: you can eat the wild garlic raw with bread or you can make a pesto of it or it also can be cooked. We cooked it and added some oil, pepper and salt and ate it with other vegetables and potatoes.

kristina said...

Tolle Bilder! Sieht nach einem wunderbaren Spaziergang aus!