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Early Snow Glories

SKU: 67279A

$5.59 to $22.49

18 Bulbs

SKU: 67279

$11.99 $5.59

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SKU: 82145

$59.99 $22.49

  • Light

    Anywhere
  • Size

    5+ cm bulb
  • Zone

    3 to 9
  • Bloom Time

    Early Spring
  • Height

    4-5"
  • Soil Requirement

    Well drained
  • Deer Resistant

Description

It is thrilling to watch these eager Dutch wonders emerge out of the snow and signal the spring season. Fabulous sky blue flowers provide much-needed colour. Plant these no-maintenance wonders once and they will increase every year. Especially attractive in the lawn or as a ground cover. Chionodoxa forbesii

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We ship this item in Fall.
We'll carefully pack and ship your order at the proper planting time for your hardiness zone.

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Item 67279A cannot ship to: AE AK GU HI PR

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

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Flowers in the Yard
Mar 14, 2015  |  By Susan Matney
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We planted these early snow glories randomly throughout the grass. It is so fun to see them coming up on the yard in early spring. Little bouquets of flowers.
Snow Glories
Mar 29, 2016  |  By Richard Summers
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Love them. Everyone asks what they are. Look splendid with the yellow daffodils!
Just when you need a flower!
Apr 10, 2016  |  By Hayley
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We planted these in the Aspen tree grove in the front of our home. We get a lot of snow in the winter and by the time spring rolls around I am ready to see some beautiful flowers! These little beauties start blooming just days after the last snow flake melts!! They are a sight for sore eyes and have double in size over the past 2 years. My husband loves them and wants me to plant more!
VirginiaGardener
Apr 14, 2016  |  By leigh466
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Although short-lived, we loved these 18 free ones and will purchase more for next spring. Simply lovely. I saw them filling parts of a yard in MA. Sweet!

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Botanical Name Chionodoxa forbesii
  • Form Perennial
  • Hardiness Zone 3 to 9
  • Flowering Time Early spring
  • Light Requirements Full Shade;Full Sun;Half Sun / Half Shade
  • Flower Color Fabulous sky blue blooms
  • Flower Form Petals are united at the base of each bloom and the flattened filaments form a cup in the center of each flower.
  • Foliage Type Dark green leaves are narrow, thick and stiff
  • Growth Rate Medium
  • Height/Habit 4-5"
  • Spread 2 - 3"
  • Planting Instructions 3" deep and 2 - 3" apart
  • Soil Requirements Well drained
  • Will Tolerate Clay Soil;Loamy Soil;Sandy Soil
  • Pruning Not needed

Transition your garden into spring with Early Snow Glories. These 4- to 5-inch tall perennial flowers pop up as winter's final snows are fading and continue to bloom through mid spring. Revitalize empty areas with swaths of these sky blue beauties, each of which are crowned with masses of delicate star-shaped blooms. Chionodoxa forbesii require little maintenance during their blooming season and are deer resistant, making them an excellent woodland ground cover.

These vigorously adaptable flowers will grow almost anywhere in hardiness zones 3 through 9. Better yet, their yield will increase year after year. To help ensure their success, plant your Early Snow Glories during the fall in open, sun-soaked spaces or in light shade. To produce dense, textured ground cover, bury clusters of these Dutch bulbs about 3 inches deep and 2 to 3 inches apart in well-drained clay, loamy or sandy soil.

Use Chionodoxa forbesii to add some much-needed life to empty lawns, or to create lush carpeting under trees in groves and orchards. On a smaller scale, they will look wonderful scattered around rock gardens and evergreen shrubs. You might also consider planting them in rows to frame walkways and your soon-to-be bountiful borders and beds. Shake off winter's chill with these sweet sky blue flowers.

Shipping Details:

We ship this item in Fall.
We'll carefully pack and ship your order at the proper planting time for your hardiness zone.

Restrictions:
Item 67279A cannot ship to: AE AK GU HI PR


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