Single Snowdrops Top Quality Freshly-Lifted bulbs, Galanthus Nivalis, is the best-known and most widespread of the 20 species in its genus, Single Snowdrops are among the first bulbs to bloom in winter-spring, they will form impressive carpets of white in areas where they are native or have been naturalised.
This fabulous aesthetically-pleasing pretty flower is a well deserved recipient of the RHS Award of Garden Merit, one of the impressive things about snowdrops is they return year after year, slowly multiplying as they self seed.
|January-March depending on the weather
|Partially shaded or full sun, snowdrops grow almost anywhere. They will always prefer partially shaded areas for the best results, its not a must but this will produce a longer flowering time, with better growth and spread very easy to grow.
|will produce incredibly attractive Ruffled white blooms and emerald-green stems, they will cover areas with a mass of nodding white heads. Very popular with many gardeners the first sign of spring.
|Medium Height/Habit: 6-12″ : Will grow in large clumps over time depending on how many snowdrops are planted out in groups. Impressively multiples every year. very easily managed and a pleasure to work with. Lift split and divide the snowdrop clumps if they become to dence, then simply replant where you desire.
|2-3″ deep, and 4-6″ apart. Ideally in groups of at least ten or more bulbs, or what suits you and your garden requirements, we would recommend planting in bunches of 25. Great for flower beds and borders, patio tubs & pots, rockery gardens, excellent for lawn & woodland planting incredible naturalisers, try planting in bold drifts snowdrops have a clump forming habit.
|Well drained, moderately fertile, Moist but well-drained. Will Tolerate: Clay, Sandy, Loamy, Peat, will grow almost anywhere.
|in areas where the soil dries out a lot in the summer months, this is another reason why snowdrops prefer partially shaded areas.
|Gives the hint of spring to its owner and sometimes blooms before the snow melts. will produce a fantastic show of colour when everything else in your garden looks so gloomy after winter, snowdrops produce incredible carpet effects of white as far as the eye can see which impressively return and multiply year after year, the first sign of spring incredible naturalisers.
|After the snowdrop blooms have finished seed pods will form where the flower once was, to allow seed production and healthy bulbs that flower the following year, please allow the seed pods to drop off and the leaves to wither and turn brown before removing them. The green leaves provide vital nourishment for the bulbs. And must be allowed to die back naturally.
|ideal planting partners:
|try planting snowdrops along side winter aconites, crocus, wood anemones, English bluebells, wild daffodils and wild garlic. For a continuous display of wonderful woodland bulb varieties which all return year after year slowly multiplying excellent value for money, will delight you for many years.