These are very hardy snow-white flowers that will increase in numbers over the years. Plant them en masse in rock and woodland gardens or even in the lawn.
Commonly know as Glory-of-the-Snow, this species is one of the first to bloom in the Spring. Chionodoxa's look best grouped together under trees, in front of shrubs or in a rock garden setting. Once planted, they are virtually care free and will naturalize easily in your garden. Although they are somewhat short stemmed, they also look lovely in cut flower arrangements.