White star-shaped flowers.
Commonly known as Glory of the snow for its small white flowers. Chionodoxa Alba is pure white small flowers that brighten up the early Spring border and naturalize easily. Gardeners enjoy the lovely star-shaped blossoms from February and watch the garden plant go into dormancy until the following SpringSpring. Sometimes, Chionodoxa Alba shows off early from late Winter. Early Spring-bloomer As Chionodoxa Alba starts blooming from February, we call them Early Spring-bloomers. These early Spring-bloomers mix up fantastic with other early bloomers like daffodils, tulips, and snowdrops. Buy wholesale bulbs online and mix these early Spring-bloomers with wholesale daffodil bulbs. The bright yellow colors of the daffodil make a perfect pair with the pure white Chionodoxa Alba. You can also choose for the blue version of the Chionodoxa. How to plant
- Like many other Spring bulbs, these flower bulbs need to be planted in Fall.
- Average, medium moisture, well-drained soil goes best.
- Plant these bulbs 3” (7 cm) deep and about 2-3” (5-7 cm) apart.
Shade, Sun, Sun/Shade
10 per Sq. Ft.
100 Bulbs per Bag
Deer Resistant, Naturalizing