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Glory-of-the-snow, Snow glory
Chionodoxa luciliae (Glory-of-the-snow). This is a bulbous perennial species, with often recurved leaves. In early spring, it bears racemes of up to 3 star-shaped blue flowers, with white centres. This is a hardy stalked ornamental clump; the leaves are strap-shaped and grey green. It will produce a carpet of blue flowers which will appear in early spring.
In cool summer areas, you should plant in full sun or partial shade, otherwise plant in partial shade. Plant at a depth of approximately 7cm.
Wildflower/meadow, rock garden, shade, naturaliser, walls