Plant Family / Chionodoxa - Glory of the Snow
Chionodoxa (Glory of the Snow) are one of the earliest and loveliest spring flowering bulbs, adding beauty to the garden. Flowers are saucer-shaped with a conspicuous white eye in the center and bloom in very early spring. Once established, Chionodoxa naturalizes well and comes back year after year, providing a pretty display when planted among deciduous shrubs or in lawns with snowdrops and crocuses.
Chionodoxa is one of the earliest and loveliest spring flowering bulbs, adding several weeks of color and beauty to the garden in very early spring. 'Blue Giant' features up to 8 star-like, upward facing, six-petaled blue flowers with a diffused margined white eye.
Vigorous, reliable, with long-lasting star-shaped blossoms in early spring!