Add Color to your Landscape.....IN THE WINTER!? A flower that blooms in Pittsburgh... in the snow!
Chionodoxa is commonly referred to as Glory of the Snow. The flowers bloom in shades of blue, pink or white. As a bulb, Glory of the Snow is at a higher risk of rotting if it grows in overly moist soil.
Planting it in a rock garden or at the front border of your garden, ideally in the fall. This bulb grows to be just less than six inches tall; it has a reputation for being relatively low maintenance and can thrive in full or partial sun.
BONUS!! IT IS DEER AND RABBIT RESISTANT!! YAY!!
Chionodoxa bulbs are winter hardy in zones 3-8.
Refer to our previous blog. We are zone 6 so this plant is great for our area!