Leucojum aestivum 'Gravetye Giant'
|Second year after planting – more foliage, about the same number of flowers |
Bulb with 12-inch dark green leaves that grow to form a grassy clump, with nodding white bellflowers on taller scapes. While in colder climates flowering starts in late spring, ours started blooming in the second half of February. The tips of the petals are spotted with green. The popular 'Gravetye Giant' variety has larger flowers than the species.
||ordinary garden soil
In our garden, this plant grows in the following areas: houston front yard, back fence border, waterfall pondside, right fence border
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March 03, 2019