Double Common Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis 'Flore Pleno') in the Snowdrops Database

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Common names:
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Botanical names:
Galanthus nivalis Accepted
Galanthus nivalis f. pleniflorus Synonym

Data specific to Snowdrops (Edit)
Cultivar Group: Double

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Herb/Forb
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Partial or Dappled Shade
Water Preferences: Mesic
Plant Height: under 6 inches
Plant Spread: 3-6 inches
Leaves: Deciduous
Spring ephemeral
Flowers: Showy
Flower Color: White
Flower Time: Late winter or early spring
Underground structures: Bulb
Suitable Locations: Alpine Gardening
Uses: Provides winter interest
Wildlife Attractant: Bees
Propagation: Seeds: Will not come true from seed
Propagation: Other methods: Division
Pollinators: Bees


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Posted by JaneGraham on Feb 17, 2018 11:01 AM

I love the double snowdrop. In zone 5, it's the first thing that comes alive after a long cold winter!

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