One of the first bulbs to flower January to March, these beautiful varieties are quick to spread in late winter with a high rate of growth. Growing in clusters, common snowdrops (single – galanthus nivalis) enjoy dappled/partial shade and moist well drained rich soil. Spectacular when planted in drifts or crowded clumps in woodlands or shade gardens. Now available: Snowdrops in the Green and Snowdrop bulbs. Buy quality snowdrops online now in bulk for wholesale or for your own garden.
Plant bulbs 10cm down and 10cm apart into moist soil. PDF: Planting Instructions Here