This naturally occurring double form of our native snowdrop is just as easy to grow often flowering a little earlier than the singles. Again despatched freshly lifted.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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This resembles a snowdrop, but the flower is more open and bell like, with distinct green tips. It is found in damp scrub and hedgerows in many parts of Europe, but in Britain is native only in Dorset or Somerset. It prefers moist semi-shade and flowers March-April.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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Actually more spring flowering (April-May) with 50cm (18) foliage and white flowers like large snowdrops, this thrives in moist or even boggy conditions, sun or partial shade. Also called the Loddon Lily as it was found along the banks of the Loddon a tributary of the Thames its native status is as hotly disputed as the Snakeshead Fritillary. We now just supply this form as it proves much the best performer, originally selected by W. Robinson from his Sussex Estate.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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A harbinger of spring with its golden flowers and ruff of light green bracts this is native to Europe and is a common sight throughout the British Isles, where it is naturalised in woods and plantations all over the country. The tuberous rhizomes are freshly lifted prior to despatch. Plant about 7.5cm (3") deep.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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This is a strong growing form of our common Snowdrop. It is noticeably taller and is distinguished by striking green tips to its outer petals.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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This close relative of Lily of the Valley enjoys the same growing conditions. The rhizome produces long stems (2-3ft), which bend gracefully at the top, with the leaves all on one side, and the white waxy flowers dangling in little clusters below. It gained its curious name from the belief that the leaf scars on the rhizome resembled Hebrew characters.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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This well loved plant is native to Britain where it is found locally in woods. Sending up oval leaves and richly fragrant, nodding white flowers in May, it is popular with both gardeners and bees. Growing in a variety of situations where they're happy, they can be fickle, so try them in different places to give them a choice. Plant thong like rhizomes firmly 2.5cm (1) deep laid horizontally.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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So called for its vanilla scented flowers borne singly or in pairs. This species is lower growing (maximum 12) inhabiting woods and rocky places. It is scattered over mainland Europe, England and Wales.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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This dainty form of Lily of the Valley, with its soft pink flowers has been known to gardeners for centuries.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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A species native to the Crimea. The story goes that soldiers in the 1850s war brought it back to Britain where it crossed with our Snowdrop. The tall vigorous early flowering crosses established in many large estates. Flowering earlier than G.nivalis, they make a larger plant with heart shaped green markings on the inner petals, and wider foliage turned back, (or plicate) at the edges.

Despatched – March (in the green)

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