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Common Snowdrop Bulbs - Galanthus nivalis - In The Green

Product Code: 130JB2003-pro

The John Chambers In the Green offer instant spring planting and same year growth. Planting Common Snowdrop Bulbs , also known as Galanthus nivalis are available from Mid February to the end of spring Bulbs Planting and Flowering Specification Grows to about 10-15 in height Thrives in most soils particularly those of a woodland type incorporating plenty of leaf mould. Dappled shade amongst deciduous trees is perfect for them Ideal companions would include Aconites (Erantis), Hellebores, Cyclamen Coum and Fritillaria meleagris *Limited Availability between Mid February to the end of spring* A spring bulbs that can be planted with the bulbs already producing foliage. Great for quick establishment and floral results. Pack SIzes 100 Bulbs Per Pack or 1000 Bulbs Per Pack

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The John Chambers In the Green offer instant spring planting and same year growth. Planting Common Snowdrop Bulbs , also known as Galanthus nivalis are available from Mid February to the end of spring

Bulbs Planting and Flowering Specification

  • Grows to about 10-15 in height
  • Thrives in most soils particularly those of a woodland type incorporating plenty of leaf mould.
  • Dappled shade amongst deciduous trees is perfect for them
  • Ideal companions would include Aconites (Erantis), Hellebores, Cyclamen Coum and Fritillaria meleagris
  • *Limited Availability between Mid February to the end of spring*
  • A spring bulbs that can be planted with the bulbs already producing foliage. Great for quick establishment and floral results.

Pack SIzes

100 Bulbs Per Pack or 1000 Bulbs Per Pack

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