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Galanthus woronowii is the last of the snowdrops to flower, extending the blooming season of these little beauties. The flowers produce tiny amounts of yellow pollen which can be seen glowing through the translucent petals where they attach to the stem like tiny botanical lanterns. The outer petals on woronowii are also extra full and rounded.
Native to coastal regions along the Black Sea, galanthus woronowii thrives in a wide variety of sites including deciduous forests, river banks and rocky cliffs.
|Botanical Name:||Galanthus woronowii|
|Common Name:||Russian snowdrop, Sochi snowdrop, green snowdrop|
|Growing Zones:||Zones 3-9|
|Sun/Shade:||Part sun to part shade|
|Flower Color:||White nodding flowers, green markings|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||7/8 cm (circumference)|
|Bloom Timing:||Early spring|
|Pkg. Count:||12 vigorous bulbs|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Snowdrop Planting Guide|
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