Light to Moderate
Full sun to partial shade
Glory of the snow, chionodoxaBotanical Name:
Chinodoxa luciliae AlbaExposure:
Full sun to light shadeHardiness:
Abundant white starry flowersBloom Season:
Early springBulb/Plant Size:
Chionodoxa White | Glory of the Snow | Chionodoxa Luciliae Alba Close your eyes and envision your yard or garden covered with tiny white stars, tossed randomly here and there. Now, make that vision a reality with white Glory of the Snow, endearing flowers that pop up early in the spring and are equally at home in beds or lawns. Start with several dozen bulbs (don't worry, they're inexpensive) and plant in groups of 5 or more a couple of inches apart. They'll gradually self seed and expand into glorious colonies that look like fallen constellations. Impatient? Plant more now, they're an even better buy in larger quantities. Highly deer and rodent resistant.