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Leucojum aestivum

Syn: The Summer Snowflake. An English native dating back to the mid-eighteenth century, it is related to Galanthus nivalis. This prized naturalizer has umbels of pendant, bell-shaped, milky-white flowers with faint green tips and grass-like, strappy foliage. More moisture tolerant than other flower bulbs, it performs well near ponds or streams: just make sure to plant the bulbs above the high water mark. It is a strong, hardy and long lasting variety that thrives in areas of dappled sunlight. Plus, it is rodent-proof. Bulb size: 10 cm/up. May/June. Plant 6" deep and 6" apart. HZ: 4-9. 12" to 15".

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