Snowdrops - Galanthus nivalis 35 Blubs
One of the earliest of the spring flowering bulbs to emerge. This Galanthus nivalis is supplied in multiples of 35
It’s one of the first flowers of each New Year. When you see it poking its head up through frozen and frosty ground, its dainty and delicate head nodding on top of short stems, you can’t help but impressed by its sheer resilience and determination.
Each year it intrigues me how something so beautiful and simple looking can be so tough.
You see it gives of its best during the harshest of weather. Snow and ice and cold temperatures may well keep us gardeners out of the garden, sending us inward and to the fireside to enjoy the seed catalogues and maybe a Horticultural Christmas present, but not so the Snowdrops, blooming as they do from December onwards, a sure sign that no matter how bad the winter we are experiencing the spring is surely on its way.
Snowdrops are one of those plants that attract fanatics. Stalkers of the plant world if you will, I’m sure they won’t mind me referring to them as such because sometimes a plant can just get under your skin and it becomes an addiction. Some particular snowdrop bulbs will sell for £250stg just to give you an idea.
- Plant just 5cm under the ground and 5cm or more apart
- Bulbs are supplied in 35s.
All the packaging that I use is either reused, recycled or recyclable. All the bulbs are supplied to me loose in bulk crates so that there is no plastic wrapping or packaging to be dumped.
Inevitably I have to charge delivery on items that I offer for sale on this site. However, delivery is charged at a standard rate from 700g up to 15kg. Get value from the delivery charge by including more purchases in one order. You'll be surprised at how much you can fit into 15kgs!!