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Glory of the Snow - Chionodoxa 'Luciliae' 1878 Heirloom Bulbs from $3.95
Glory of the Snow are a welcomed sight after a long winter. They have been wowing gardeners since 1878.  Luciliae is part of the Chionodoxa luciliae family and is named after Lucile, the wife of Swiss Botanist Pierre Edward Bossier. It is also known as Lucile's Glory of the Snow or Bossier's Glory of the Snow.  Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on as they are critter proof.  Pair them with Fritillaria Meleagris, crocuses, or snowdrops.  USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun  Bloom Color: Blue  We ship them starting in September  Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 4” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4” deep or double the height of the bulb.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect. Provide a low nitrogen fertilizer when they come up in spring or make sure you add compost in the fall when you plant them to feed them with what they need to look fabulous in your landscape. 
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Glory of the Snow - Chionodoxa 'Luciliae Alba' 1885 Heirloom Bulbs from $3.95
Glory of the Snow are a welcomed sight after a long winter. The variety has been delighting gardens since 1885.   Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on as they are critter proof.  Pair them with Fritillaria Meleagris, crocuses, or other early spring flowers USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun  Bloom Color: White Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 4” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4” deep or double the height of the bulb.  Provide a low nitrogen fertilizer when they come up in spring or make sure you add compost in the fall when you plant them to feed them with what they need to look fabulous in your landscape. 
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Glory of the Snow - Chionodoxa 'Blue Giant' 1800's Heirloom Bulbs from $3.95
Glory of the Snow are a welcomed sight after a long winter.  Blue Giant is part of the Chionodoxa forbesii family and is named after James Forbe, an English botanist in the 19th Century. This flower is larger, and blooms longer than other Glory of the Snow varities.   Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on as they are critter proof.  Pair them with Fritillaria Meleagris, crocuses, or snowdrops.  USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun  Bloom Color: Blue  We ship them starting in September  Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 4” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4” deep or double the height of the bulb.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect. Provide a low nitrogen fertilizer when they come up in spring or make sure you add compost in the fall when you plant them to feed them with what they need to look fabulous in your landscape. 
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