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are flowering now. They do well naturalized in grass in partial shade and complement the little yellow aconite. There are many varieties and snowdrop experts (galanthophiles) keenly seek out the rarer ones.
TIP: If a clump is not flowering, i.e. it’s “blind”, it may help to divide it. Once the leaves have gone yellow dig up the clump and split it into smaller pieces, planting them at the same depth as the original.
Ellingham, Kirby Cane, Geldeston, Gillingham, and Stockton.