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A small genus containing 2 species of bulbous perennial flowering plants in the Amaryllidaceae family, native to Eurasia but widely naturalised to other locations. Commonly known as snowflakes, they produce clumps of strap-shaped leaves and are cultivated for their snowdrop-like, white, bell-shaped flowers, these are marked with green. They are popular plants for their ability to thrive in damp and clay-rich soils.
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How to propagate Snowflake
You can propagate from offsets in spring or early autumn or from seed which are sown in the autumn.
Other uses of Snowflake
Grown for their pendant, bell-shaped, white or pink flowers in autumn or spring.