Chionodoxa forbesii ‘Pink Giant’ (also called Glory of the snow)
Pink flowered, spring flowering bulb. Useful for rockeries and growing under trees. Makes a good early spring display as the flowers can last for up to a month.
Pink flowers in spring.
Upright habit, H: 15cm, S: 20cm
Thick, strap-shaped upright, green leaves with bronzy coloured bases.
Flower stems – straight and round, mid-brown.
Flowers – upward facing, six-petalled, pink with white centres. Flower shape is flat with well spread petals.
Sun or partial shade
Top dressed with leaf mould or garden compost in autumn.
By seed in autumn or division in late summer/autumn.
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