Spring’s earliest messenger flowers right through the snow
Why Plant Snowdrop Flower Bulbs?
Snowdrops are some of the earliest flowering bulbs to emerge in spring, often when there is still snow on the ground! White, bell-shaped flowers appear as downward-facing ‘drops’ on narrow bright green stems, signaling winter’s end. These charming blooms are deer resistant and can take both full sun and part shade. They will multiply readily, and are well-suited to being planted under deciduous trees. They will bloom in spring in the dappled sunlight, and go dormant in the heat of summer.