Possibly the most distinct snowdrop, found in a population of Galanthus plicatus near Wells, Norfolk by Rosie Steele and Richard Hobbs in 1993 and named after Rosie’s late son. The outer segments are strongly puckered and curl inwards strongly, creating a look somewhat like a ballooned skirt with a drawstring around the hem. Supplied as dormant bulbs.
Plant the bulbs immediately. If planting them in the ground use the smallest size of aquatic mesh pot to aid containment and identification. Fill with improved soil based potting medium and a little sharp sand. Label carefully and water sparingly until autumn.