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 – 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 – Mid August to the End of October

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One of the best known crosses between Galanthus nivalis and G.plicatus, this fine plant is named after the 19th Century plantsman James Atkins. With handsome long pointed petals it is earlier flowering and much taller than the common Snowdrop, and is a vigorous grower.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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One of the more striking forms of G.nivalis, named after a 19th century Scottish Galanthophile. Appearing later in the Snowdrop season the large flowers produce an unusually strong honey fragrance. It has the great virtue of being a vigorous grower.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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This snowdrop is one of the earliest to appear. With wide greyish leaves, the flowers are distinguished by mostly having two green spots on the inner petals. These bulbs are from the Indigenous Propagation Project just started by the WWF in the Taurus Mountains of Turkey, to stop wild collection of bulbs, and which John twice visited at its inception. Unlike the other Snowdrops listed here they don't mind drying out after lifting, reflecting dry summers experienced in their native habitat.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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The green and purple flowers of this Iris relative appear in April, the plant growing to about 25cm. Also mysteriously called the Widow Iris it is an intriguing feature on a grassy bank or under a shrub. Originally from the Mediterranean it has also been known in gardens here for centuries, and has naturalised in parts of the South West.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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This is the European woodland species and the bulbs do look like dogs’ teeth hence the common name. It has mottled leaves and striking pink to rich plum purple flowers in spring liking leafy soil in half shade.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The lovely white form of the Dog Tooth Violet.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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This is a hybrid of American species. It is very vigorous and ideal for planting in woodland here, where it establishes itself easily. Pagoda is eye catching, with its pendant, pale yellow flowers in March-April and lush foliage.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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A very strong growing American hybrid, and actually a parent of E.Pagoda. It is smaller than the two above though, and has gorgeous cream flowers in April over beautifully mottled foliage. It grows well in our climate in leafy soil in part shade.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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