Snowdrops help herald the return of Spring. They are very persistent and even a late snowfall will not that stop them. Often paired with crocuses. They have a slight fragrance so plant them by your walkways. They also can be used for arrangements. After a long winter, it is nice to pick a bouquet from your own backyard.
'Woronowii' was introduced around 1810 and are practically deer and rodent proof. Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on.
Just like crocuses, they don’t even need a flowerbed as they will be long gone when it is time to mow your lawn. A natural technique is to take a few bulbs and just toss them in front of you – then plant where they land!
USDA Zones 3 – 8
Late Winter to Early Spring
Bloom Duration: 2 weeks
Prefers Partial Shade
Bloom Color: White
Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens
Key Planting Tips
Simply plant 3” deep. You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect. Unlike other bulbs that can wait a little to be planted, plant Snowdrops right away once you get them.