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galanthus
Available for shippin' in the fall.

   


10 bulbs $12.95

Galanthus
COMMON NAME: Snowdrops
COLOR: White
LOCATION: Sun to semi-shade
HEIGHT: 6"
BLOOMS: January to March
USE: Naturalizing
ZONE: 3-9
SIZE: 5+ cm
CONSIDERATIONS: First flowers to bloom in early spring.
 


5 bulbs $12.95

Galanthus
COLOR: White
LOCATION: Sun to semi-shade
HEIGHT: 6"
BLOOMS: January to March
USE: Naturalizing
ZONE: 3-9
Size: 5+ cm
CONSIDERATIONS: First flowers to bloom in early spring.

 


 

Perennials
The first year they sleep;
the second year they creep;
the third year they leap.

Author Unknown

 

growin' tips...
Astilbe

One of the best flowers for light to moderate shade. In average garden soil, requires partial shade; tolerates full sun where moisture is ample. Most varieties fare poorly in dry soil. Many gardeners find the spent plumes attractive. Provide a soil that is well drained and rich in organic matter; plants like filtered light and evenly damp, but not wet-locations. Planting 1" deep and space 12-18" apart.
Suggested use..
A good choice for somewhat shaded areas in the back of the rock garden, herbaceous border, and in front of the shrub border; also cab be used in a cutting garden.

 



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