Light to Moderate
Full sun to partial shade
Glory of the snow, chionodoxaBotanical Name:
Chinodoxa forbesii Pink Giant, Chinodoxa forbesiiÂ Blue Giant and Chinodoxa luciliae AlbaExposure:
Full sun to light shadeHardiness:
lear white, sugar pink and light blue starry flowersBloom Season:
Early springBulb/Plant Size:
Chionodoxa Spring Singalong Mix | Glory of the Snow | Giant Blue, Giant Pink, & Alba (White) Bulbs Soft, cool and oh so pretty, this mix includes all three shades of chionodoxa - white, pink and blue. Close your eyes, gently toss the bulbs across your lawn and plant them where they land to naturalize into your lawn. Speed plant by plunging your trowel into the grass and pulling back slightly to create an opening. Drop in a bulb, push the grass back and step on it. Next. This is one of those cases where more is more, so consider snapping up several packages. Over time these little darlings will grow into tiny, colorful patches that can be mowed when the show is over. Easy, economical and close to everlasting. Highly deer and rodent resistant.