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The Loddon Lily, also known as Summer Snowflakes, with white, hanging, bell-shaped flowers and often confused with snowdrops despite them flowering later (but not really in summer). Strings of emerald-tipped white bells hang from bare upright stems above glossy green daffodil-like foliage. Particularly happy in damp, even winter-flooded situations, but they will do anywhere where the soil is heavier and more moisture retentive. Daffodil-like bulbs, planted 5” (12cm) deep and 6” (15cm) apart.
This plant/cultivar has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit because it has proved to be reliable in appropriate conditions and a good performing plant.
Leucojum aestivum Gravetye Giant bulbs should be planted 5" (12cm) deep in heavier, moisture retentive soil, about 6" (15cm) apart in sun or some shade. It is happy in very damp even winter flooded areas.
Height 18" (45cm)