Plant of the Week 03/19/2021


Snowdrops Galanthus nivalis Zone 3-7

Break the winter blues with snowdrops! One of the first flowers to bloom in late winter/early spring. White droopy flowers rise above tulip-like foliage. Each flower slightly resembles a winged bug and adds a unique look to the plant.Can reach up to 6" tall.

Plant in partial shade to full sun. Place bulb about 2-3" deep and spaced about 3" apart. Plant in groups of 15 or more for a dramatic effect. You can also plant alongside Muscari to add a beautiful contrast of textures and colors.

Water regularly during blooming season. Requires almost no maintenance. Keep in mind snowdrops are toxic to humans, dogs, and cats. Wear gloves when handling bulbs.

Recent Posts
Archive
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Instagram Social Icon