Blue Glory of the Snow
The Glory of the Snow ‘Blue’, ‘Chionodoxa luciliae’, a fall planted bulb, produce masses of open, star-shaped blue flowers with white centers. The bulbs can produce up to 10 blossoms. The strap-shaped leaves form loose, rather untidy rosettes. These plants are great for mass plantings, containers, ground cover, and borders. Blue Glory of the Snow bloom in early to mid spring and they flower for about a 3 week period. The bulbs should be left in the ground after flowering. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.
Scientific Name or Common Names: Chionodoxa luciliae
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