5 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Slender Snowdrop Overview
Also known as the slender snowdrop, this species is a clumping, bulbous perennial with slim, nodding, white-green, scented blooms. Growth occurs in a twisting habit and foliage is grey-green. Snowdrops are a common British woodland flower and seeing them in the wild is a sure sign spring is on the way!
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How to harvest Slender Snowdrop
Generally not harvested but can be taken for floral arrangements
How to propagate Slender Snowdrop
Divide clumps when 'In the green' and replant straight away for the best results.
You can propagate by division in the spring after flowering or in late summer or autumn when bulbs are dormant.
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Other uses of Slender Snowdrop
This low maintenance perennial can be planted in beds and borders under deciduous trees or shrubs or in pots and containers for late winter displays. It can be naturalised through grass in wildflower areas.