Snowdrop bulbs

Snowdrops are so-called because they often flowered when there was still snow on the ground.
Latin name: Galanthus nivalis
Plant height: 10-25
Position: Semi-shade, Shade
Soil Type/Habitat: Damp, Dry
Food source: Pollen, Nectar
Flowering times: January—March
Unit: for 10

Price: £2.70

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Snowdrops usually have two dark green leaves to each stem with a single white nodding flower.  The three outer sepals are white and the shorter inner petals are white with a green tip.  They form clumps.

Snowdrops have an important role in the landscape because of their very early flowering and ability to colonise woodland and hedgerows - they are a source of pollen for bees when there is little else around.  They can also feature in grassland, particularly under dappled shade.

In a flowering lawn cutting can commence after the plant has died back.

Easy to plant, as with most bulbs you should plant them at 2.5 to 3 times their depth.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT BULBS MAY TAKE UP TO 2-3 WEEKS TO BE DESPATCHED.

Our minimum order quantity is 50 bulbs, but it can be a mix of species.

NOTE: BULBS ARE SOLD IN 10’S, SO IF YOU ADD 5 TO THE CART IT = 50 BULBS

Snowdrops are so-called because they often flowered when there was still snow on the ground.

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