Glory of the snow

Chionodoxa luciliae - Sprays of tiny, star-shaped gentian-blue flowers in February and March and slender, strap-shaped, mid-green leaves. These versatile and easy-to-grow bulbs are ideal for a sunny, well-drained rock garden or for naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. Plant in bold drifts 8cm (3in) deep in September for a spectacular early spring display.

'Glory of the snow bulbs' Chionodoxa luciliae - as part of early spring bulb planting along ditch between two elms

white double flowering bloodroot and bluish purple glory of the snow

Northern Shade gardening: white double flowering bloodroot and bluish purple glory of the snow

Glory-of-the-Snow

Glory-of-the-Snow

Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa (25 for $6.27, 9/2014)

Glory Of The Snow or Chionodoxa

Chionodoxa is commonly called "glory-of-the-snow" with good reason: it appears soon after the snow recedes and is glorious! Here's how to grow it: http://landscaping.about.com/od/colorfulflowers/ig/pink-flowers/Chionodoxa-Picture.htm

Pictures of Pink Flowers

Chionodoxa is commonly called "glory of the snow" with good reason: it appears soon after the snow recedes and is glorious!

Pink Giant Glory of the Snow is true to its name. Known for being an early spring bloomers, sometimes even peaking its pretty petite pink flowers through the snow.  It’s deer resistant and reaches heights of 8-10” tall.  Also known as Chiondoxa forbesii, Pink Giant is perfect for colder zones 2-8. (Chionodoxa forbesii)

Glory Of The Snow Bulbs Pink Giant

Chionodoxa forbesii Pink Giant: Pink Giant Glory of the Snow is true to its name. Known for being an early spring bloomers, sometimes even peaking its pretty petite pink flowers through the snow. It’s deer resistant and reaches heights of tall.

Glory-of-the-Snow bulbs are one of the first blooming plants to appear in spring. The name indicates their occasional habit of peeking out through a carpet of late season snow.

Chinodoxa Bulb Care: Learn About Growing Glory Of The Snow

Glory-of-the-Snow bulbs are one of the first blooming plants to appear in spring. The name indicates their occasional habit of peeking out through a carpet of late season snow.

Sunset through the Silver Birch.

most treasured Christmas memory was spending my holiday breaks with my father and grandparents up at Birchwood Lodge in Minnesota. This photo reminds me of the view overlooking Lake Vermillion with the sun setting on the ice and snow.

Glory of the snow bulbs are one of the first blooming plants to appear in spring. This article provides tips about growing these bulbs and caring for them in the landscape.

Chinodoxa Bulb Care: Learn About Growing Glory Of The Snow

Spring Blooming Bulbs Deer Won't Eat: Glory of the Snow Lives Up to Its Name

Glory-of-the-Snow – Wisconsin Horticulture

Glory-of-the-Snow – Wisconsin Horticulture

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