There are many flowers on an arching stem, unlike regular Snowdrops which tend to just have one. These are also quite a bit taller, probably about 18 inches. My bulb book says that this will grow along stream banks, but I don't think I'll try that since our streams are all very shady along the edges and tend to flood with heavy rains. We do have some growing at the edge of the bog where wetness is more in the winter and spring, less in summer and fall, and they seem to like that.
This is another plant that doesn't seem to have any enemies. Nothing has ever eaten the leaves or flowers and the blubs must not be tasty since out clumps have been right next to vole runs with no damage after all these years.
Turtle update - no sightings yesterday, but it is early for reptiles. I expect with a few nice sunny days to raise the water temperature we will have move luck. We did have another deer sighting. That makes 3 days in a row we saw the same deer in about the same place. Not sure with all the nice rain if we'll see him this morning. I'd really rather not see him here at all since he tends to do so much damage.