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bulb blindness in galanthus

Several of my varieties have not produced any flowers this year. They have flowered successfully in previous years. Please, can you help?


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 03/04/2015 @ 6:59 pm

Galanthus or what we commonly call snow drops do not like bulbs to be congested tightly. After your snow drops have bloomed I would lift the plant clump and spilt in half. Leave half in it’s original growing spot and split the remaining half in 2, and plant 2 new clumps of bulbs.

Make sure they have good loamy soil to grow in. Avoid planting in direct sunlight.

Here is an article that may have more information for you.

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