These beautiful flowers are often referred to as the 'glory of snow', being one of the first of the spring flowers to appear. They are an excellent choice for rockeries or for borders, and can be left to naturalise over time. Producing five to ten flowers per stem, these bulbs are best planted in clumps and will produce a profusion of flowers in shades of blue, pink and white, in February to March. Heights 10-15cm. 4cm+ bulbs supplied.
We guarantee our great value mixture packs contain a comprehensive blend of variety and colours. By definition the components of the mixtures are not labelled/named on arrival.
|Mature Height||15 cm|
|Mature Spread||5 cm|
|Annual Growth||15 cm|
|Planting||Plant at approx 5cm deep.|
|Soil Type||Fertile, well drained soil|
Growing at a glance…
Plant Chionodoxa bulbs 5cm deep and 5cm apart. As the bulbs are so small, plant en-masse for a floriferous effect! Position in well-drained soil and ensure they will receive plenty of sunlight once in bloom. Can be grown in any bed, border, or container for an early season display.