Gorgeous Petite Blue Glory of the Snow
- Glowing Cornflower Blue Blooms
- First Bloom of Early Spring Late Winter
- Will Bloom Through Snow
- Deer Resistant
Blue Glory of the Snow is a gardener's best-kept secret. So, congratulations on making into an elite club of smart gardeners. This sweet and delightful spring-blooming bulb isn't as well known as the crocus, but it sure does bring cheer when it peeks through the snow.
It's easy to see how the Blue Glory of the Snow earned its name. Known as one of the first blooming flowers that come to life, even through early spring snow.
The Blue Glory of the Snow is a true-blue blooming spring bulb that didn't become popular until the Victorian Era. These star-shaped blooms bring vibrancy and brilliance with lemon-yellow centers surrounded with a ring of snow-white that fades to bright cornflower blue.
This cheery flower isn't just admired for its small but showy blooms. Its sturdy green foliage is also attractive and provides the post-winter garden with a pop of verdant green.
Blue Glory of the Snow naturalizes easily and will carpet your lawn, garden, or an area beneath a deciduous shrub where they can receive full sun or partial shade. Create a symphony of color and joy when you mix your Blue Glory of the Snow bulbs with other Chionodoxa varieties. Bring life to your rock garden or along a garden path. Be sure to plant them in groups of 5 to 7 and give them room to fill in.
The Blue Glory of the Snow comes back year after year to greet you. You don't have to worry about the deer munching on them, either. These dear plants are deer-resistant. Plant your bulbs in fall and separate in fall and move your extras to another area of your yard.
Bring some pep and brightness to your late-winter, early-spring garden with Blue Glory of the Snow. This unique flower may be a best-kept secret, but our stock won't last forever.
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|Botanical Name||Chionodoxa luciliae|
|Mature Height||5 - 8 inches|
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|
|Growing Zone Range||4-8|
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