Glory of the Snow (Chinodoxa)

Glory of the Snow with blue flowers  (Chinodoxa) ©skymoon13 -
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Zones: 2 to 8
Light: Full Sun / Part Shade / Shade
Height: 6″ to 8″
Spread: 2″ to 3″
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Flower Color: Blue, pink, white

As the name suggests, Glory of the Snow is another one of the spring-flowering bulbs that blooms in late winter or very early in the spring and often comes up through the snow.

It sports pink, blue or white blooms that are deer-resistant and can naturalize into a carpet of flowers.

Glory of the Snow with pink flowers ©Maksims -
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Plant Chionodoxa bulbs 3″ deep and 2″ to 3″ apart.

These plants are poisonous so be careful where you plant them if you have pets or kids that may try to eat them.

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