• Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa - 83135
  • Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa - 83135
  • Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa - 83135
  • Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa - 83135
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Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa

Chionodoxa luciliae

#83135
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25 bulbs per package
4.86 stars, based on 7 review(s)
Ship Season: Fall
Glory of the Snow are one of the first bulbs to bloom in spring. They make the most impact when planted in large sweeps under deciduous trees and in front of early-flowering shrubs. Though short stemmed, they live long in cut flower arrangements.Plant in sun or dappled shade, they will flower everywhere. Also known as Chionodoxa luciliae.
Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:
Michigan

Lovely flowers

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  • Lovely color
  • Long lasting blooms
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  • Not all came up
Planted in a group at base of a tree and their blooms created a lovely blue scene. Not all the bulbs came up, so I'm not sure what happened to some of them. Blooms lasted several weeks.

A Review Two Years After Planting

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These are so dainty and pretty! I planted two years ago and they are still coming up each spring and seem to be growing larger each year! The flowers have outlasted the daffodils and tulips too.

California

Great late bloomer

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At least here in Northern CA. Cute little flowers that are awesome for borders, in pots and more. I used for indoor forcing, border in containers and in ground border. They're awesome little beauties.

California

Hardy and cute

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These little beauties are great for borders, outer edge of forced blooms, and more. Late blooming here in N. CA, they add some great color to the end of winter bloom season.

AR

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many small bulbs separated from the main ones. I may have quite a display if the little ones survive.