Entries Tagged as 'Snowdrops'

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Where to Buy Snowdrops

snowdrop sign of Spring by algo TheGardenLady received this question from Vlad. I would love to buy some snowdrops for my girlfriend but I could not find them  anywhere. We are from Europe and we used to enjoy the snowdrops every spring Galanthus or Snowdrops seem to be much more popular in Europe than in […]

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Where to Buy Galanthus Nivalis (SnowDrops)

Snowdrops – Galanthus nivalis by Süleyman TheGardenLady received this question from Charlene. Do you happen to have any blooming or budding Galanthus Nivalis that you could sell me? I live in California.  If not, any suggestions? Galanthus Nivalis or the Common SnowDrops is a charming flower in gardens that have winters. They need the coldness […]

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Galanthus Nivalis at Carolyn’s Shade Gardens

Calling all Galanthophiles (That’s a British word for gardeners obsessed with snowdrops) Galanthus nivalis at Carolyn’s Shade Gardens Carolyn Walker of Carolyn’s Shade Gardens writes that ” buying snowdrops ‘in the green’ (as they say in the snowdrop world), rather than as bulbs in the fall, is the best way to insure vigorous healthy plants. […]

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Where You Can See Snowdrops (Galanthus)

TheGardenLady received this question from Charlotte. Can you tell me where you can see snowdrops (galanthus) in the US – I cannot seem to find any listings except yours for Winterthur – if you can help, I’d be really grateful. Check out the public Botanical gardens in your area to see if they have spring […]

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

Galanthus – Snowdrops

Galanthus ‘S.Arnott’ Still looking forward to spring? Besides daffodils and crocuses there is another bulb that blooms early and is a harbinger of spring. It is a bulb native to Europe and Turkey that has a common name of Fair Maid of February because that is when many of the species bloom. In the US […]