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Gravetye Giant Leucojum Snowflakes

#83147
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5 bulbs per package
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5.00 stars, based on 5 review(s)
Ships: Fall

These adaptable naturalizing spring blooming bulbs are a great addition to the woodland garden, and look great when planted under trees. They are best grown in well drained, rich soil and once established require minimal care. These snow drop shaped blooms, are fragrant and showy!  

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New England

Love these beauties

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They return year after year and are always a joy to see.

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Arrived on time and in good condition. I really appreciate that all the packaging has the planting instructions right on it, makes it much easier when planting many different kinds of bulbs together.

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Came in good condition, everything was clearly labeled. It also had plant depth and mature height on the packaging which was a huge help. Just gotta wait for it to grow now

Texas

New favorite!

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These are lovely in so many ways. The foliage is nice and has a clumping habit that is attractive. Then you pair it with the delicate white blooms that persist for weeks and this is a stellar plant that I plan to incorporate more of! The bulbs from HBF were great quality and very healthy, they bloomed first spring

Lovely Leucojum Snowflakes

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I have some blooming now in Nov.-early this year in So.Calif.Zone 9. Usually bloom in Jan.Feb. No care needed. Multiply.
Like big Lily of the Valley. My mother had all along our driveway as kids. (In 1950's). She called them Snowdrops. Went back when house was for sale in 1990s maybe, "snowdrops" still came up all over!