Despite the capricious spring weather, primroses appeared from under the snow in the capital’s parks!

Traditionally, in late March – early April, crocuses and snowdrops delight the citizens and guests of Moscow in the Sokolniki and Muzeon parks, the Hermitage Garden and in the Aptekarsky Ogorod Botanical Garden of Moscow State University.

In total, there are six types of snowdrops grow in Moscow – Voronova, Folded, Elvis, Snowy, Alpine, Rizean.

Hotel “Maroseyka 2/15” recommends to admire the incredible beauty of the “harbingers of Spring” this weekend, because snowdrops bloom for no more than one month.