One of the more striking forms of Galanthus nivalis, named after a 19th century Scottish Galanthophile. Appearing later in the Snowdrop season the large flowers produce an unusually strong honey fragrance. It has the great virtue of being a vigorous grower. AGM
Despatched freshly lifted Aug-Oct so that bulbs are not allowed to dry out. This gives as good, if not better, results as transplanting ‘in the green’ in spring.