Welcome to the second in this regular Sunday post to tease you as you have your Sunday tea and toast. All you have to do is identify the plants* and take the first letter of each and arrange them to make the name of an Irish County.
This one is a tiny bit more tricky than last week – Answer tomorrow.
* You need to use the botanical name of the genus, not a common name. This is because common names vary. But it is just the genus, nothing else:
This would be galanthus, not snowdrop!