Galanthus

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Galanthus nivalis 'Ecusson d'Or'
£30.00
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Yellow flowers with yellow tips to the outers. Needs to settle down to show its full character. From France.

Galanthus nivalis 'Elfin'
£8.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Flocon De Neige'
£30.00
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A double which always has 6 perfect outers. Very beautiful.

Galanthus nivalis 'Francesca de Grammont'
£20.00
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A superb, late, reliable poculiform.

Galanthus nivalis 'Gloria'
£15.00
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A poculiform with long-pointed inners and outers. Reselected to be pure white.

Galanthus nivalis 'Green Light'
£15.00
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A form with bright shining green leaves and green-tipped outer petals.

Galanthus nivalis 'Henry's White Lady'
£15.00
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A poculiform selected by Richard Nuttís gardener. 

As often green as white.

Galanthus nivalis 'Hocus Pocus'
£12.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Joshua Jansen'
£40.00
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With neat dark green tips. Selected by Günter Waldorf.

Galanthus nivalis 'La Moriniere'
£15.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Llo 'n' Green'
£20.00
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The earliest green-tipped selection. Green tipping is variable, season to season.

Galanthus nivalis 'Monti Picentini'
Galanthus nivalis 'Monti Picentini'
£30.00
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The only yellow nivalis selection from Italy. Found by Peter Erskine.

Galanthus nivalis 'Moreton Mill'
£10.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Munchkin'
£12.00
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A miniscule plant less than 5cm tall. Reflexed leaves. Normal flowers. Vigorous.

Galanthus nivalis 'Nero'
£40.00
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The most amazing pterugiform nivalis with a very dark green big mark. Rare and slow. Diminutive.

Galanthus nivalis 'Norfolk Blonde'
£15.00
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Pale leaves and pale yellow flowers with a long ovary.

Galanthus nivalis 'Ray Cobb'
£20.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Sharman's Late'
£10.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Shrek'
£20.00
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A long-petalled, elegant virescent, washed pale green. Very long petals.

Galanthus nivalis 'Sibbertoft White'
£10.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Tutu'
£15.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Wonston Double'
Galanthus nivalis 'Wonston Double'
£10.00
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Galanthus nivalis

The flowers have one green mark on the inner. Narrow grey-green leaves. Make large clumps which repay frequent division by increasing well. The most common form in the UK never, or very rarely, produces seedlings and reproduces in nature by bulbs spreading around in the summer from the bigger clumps. There are many cultivated forms and varieties which can be: double, green-tipped, all green, yellow, all white, poculiform and vary in other interesting ways. January and February. 10 to 30cm. Damper part shade under deciduous trees and shrubs and often naturalised in river valleys or in higher rainfall areas of the UK. Originally from a huge area of Western Europe, north to Germany, east to Poland and Hungary, south to Greece and Italy and west to France. Not thought to be native to the United Kingdom

Galanthus nivalis 'Woozle'
£20.00
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A bizarre double spiky with green tips. The flowers are dense and globular unlike the other spikys. Itís unique character is the extra petals growing from the ovary. Very vigorous.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Bryan Hewitt'
£40.00
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Another superb poculiform plicate from Myddelton House. Earlier, shorter and with greener leaves than 'E A Bowles but with very elegant flowers. Very vigorous. Earlier, shorter, greener leaves and very elegant flowers.Named by me to celebrate and immortalise Bryan.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Celadon'
£10.00
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"This snowdrop is short growing with broad very reflexed leaves of a distinctive soft greyish-green colour. The flower has very neat markings and is quite a rounded shape. Vigorous.
This snowdrop was named by Primrose Warburg because the leaf colour reminded her of celadon porcelain.
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Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Diggory'
£15.00
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An exceptionally unusual snowdrop with unique outer petals which look normal in bud but become hugely inflated resembling the classic paper lampshade.† Almost the whole of the inner petal is green and the leaves are relatively broad.† It is quite a robust-looking plant, however it does not increase quickly. This plant gained an RHS preliminary commendation in 1998. It was found in an old garden in Norfolk and was named for the son of a leading galanthophile who unfortunately died prematurely.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'E A Bowles'
£50.00
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Six, perfect, pure white petals make this one of the most beautiful and desirable of snowdrops. Broad plicate leaves and very vigorous. The first fully poculiform plicate snowdrop to be made available. Found at Myddelton House, Enfield, the home of one of the leading plantsmen of the twentieth century, E. A. Bowles.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Joe Sharman'
£80.00
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The first fully virescent form of subspecies byzantinus. Relatively short, mid season and very vigorous. A must-have plant.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Percy Picton'
£12.00
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A somewhat muddled byzantinus mark which may indicate a hybrid origin. Exceptionally vigorous variety which makes a good garden plant,.

Galanthus plicatus subsp byzantinus 'Richard Blakeway Phillips'
£20.00
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A superb byzantinus which is early and has huge flowers. The basal mark is enormously variable and can be anything from absent to a solid band. Often two flowers per bulb. Stands out amongst the crowd. From Richard, and named by me for him.

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