Despatched in September
Price is for one bulb.
This is a yellow marked Galanthus nivalis discovered in 1890 in Cheshire, one that is well known as a bit of an irregular performer. In some years and in some circumstances it exhibits gorgeous apricot yellow markings within the double flower, in other years they seem rather less impressive, no-one really knows why, though it is suggested that they may be yellower after cold weather. It is however reasonably vigorous and certainly the least expensive of the yellow forms. Supplied as dormant bulbs.
Plant the bulbs immediately. If planting them in the ground use the smallest size of aquatic mesh pots to aid containment and identification. Fill with improved soil based potting medium and a little sharp sand. Label carefully and water sparingly until autumn.