Double Snowdrops are one of Pam's Faves this season...this is what she has to say:
You know spring has arrived when the snowdrops finally appear. Make the season extra special and double your delight with Double Snowdrops. They are a wonder to behold and the pattern on their inner petals is particularly attractive. Great naturalizers that come back year after year.
Double Snowdrops like other Galanthus grow well under deciduous trees where the exposure to sun is full in early spring but changes to partial shade as the trees leaf out.
Offering double petals of white and green these darlings of the spring garden are one of the most popular early blooming bulb varieties. Snowdrops are surely the very first sign that Spring is on its way. The flowers are pendulous and bell-shaped and will spread over time. Plant them in a sunny location or try a shady spot under a tree or bush.