Bells that bloom at the beginning of spring that look like snowdrops. This interesting cultivar of Leucojum, is taller and with white flowers slightly larger than the botanical species, it tolerates moist or normal soils.
The Leucojum aestivum is a gracious and little known herbaceous perennial that blooms in early spring; high up to 60 cm. The leaves are up to 70 cm and narrow. The flowers are grouped into stems that carry up to 7 flower (tepals), pure white with a yellow-green spot at the end. This plant is native to much of Europe, spread to Ireland from Ukraine to Turkey from 0 to 600 m altitude.
Suitable for terrains to an average wet up to swampy, in partial shade location.
Hardy plant that can stand the frost, tolerates temperatures down to -30 ° C.