Snowdrop or Galanthus






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Snowdrop or Galanthus


A groundcovering white carpet is formed by the Snowdrop , telling
you that the winter has ended. This plant forms bulb , growing
in forests, and are dugged out to sale those bulbs.
The bulbs contain poison.



A live in the shadow



The Snowdrop is adapted to live under trees like
Beechand Horsetail
The Snowdrop goes nicely together with the Crocus.





The Snowdrop or Galanthus




The Snowdrop or Galanthus




Snowdrop between ice.




The snowdrop most important way
of propagation is by bulbs.




The flower after removing
of two of the leaves.






The bulbs all have different shapes.

1 narcissus
2 Garden Hyacinth
3 tulip
4 crocus
5 common snowdrop



lasagna method

This a way to put bulbs in a pot.
Put a layer of buls on a layer of mulch
in a large pot. These bulbs a those that
will flower the last, usually tulp and
decorativ unions
Next layers are narcis , hyacint
or crocus
The last layer will flower firstly :
galanthus nivalis, or
muscari.
In this way you will have a three months flowering period.







    Snowdrop














    Snowdrops and Snowflakes

    Galanthus is a family of flowering plants
    consisting of Galanthus (snowdrops) and
    Leucojum (snowflakes). They flower very early
    in spring and have lovely white, bell-shaped
    flowers. they derive there name from
    the white color of there flowers and there
    habit to flower between ice and snow.
    All Galanthus is very poisionous.

    Snowdrop Galanthus nivalis

    Snowflake Leucojum

    Galanthus elwesii

    Galanthus plicatus

    Galanthus woronowii

    Galanthus nivalis "viridis-apice"







    Early flowering


    Spring Snowflake
    Snowdrop
    Cow Parsley
    Caroline silverbell
    Dandalion
    Crocus
    Star squill
    narcis
    tulp
    hyacint
    Wood sorrel
    Coltsfoot
    Lesser celandine
    Windflower
    Marsh Marigold
    Rumix
    Mahonia x media "Buckland"
    Mahonia x media "Wintersun"
    Erica darleyensis
    Witch hazel
    Forsythia
    Kerria Japonica or Japanese yellow rose
    vibernum bodnantense
    Pieris Japonica
    almond tree Camellia Japonica
    vibernum tinus "Eve princess"











    Snowdrops and Snowflakes

    Galanthus is a family of flowering plants
    consisting of Galanthus (snowdrops) and
    Leucojum (snowflakes). They flower very early
    in spring and have lovely white, bell-shaped
    flowers. they derive there name from
    the white color of there flowers and there
    habit to flower between ice and snow.
    All Galanthus is very poisionous.

    Snowdrop Galanthus nivalis

    Snowflake Leucojum

    Galanthus elwesii

    Galanthus plicatus

    Galanthus woronowii

    Galanthus nivalis "viridis-apice"







    Introduced plants

    Some imported plants are already native in the netherlands
    for over hundred years. These plants flower very early in
    spring and most have bulbs or thick rhizomes that provide the
    extra energy to be the first in spring that flowers.
    These imported plants have dissapeared during summertime.

    Leopards bane or doronicum

    Ramsons

    Summer snowflakeeng

    Snowflake

    Holewort

    Yellow anemoan.

    Phaeum

    Blue Anemoon (Anemone Apennina)

    Pulmonaria officinalis

    Crokus

    Adderwort, snakewort Polygonum bistorta

    Eranthis

    Star of Bethlehem

    Snake Head's Fritillary
    Grecian Windflower



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