This mass of tiny star-shaped, bright blue Chionodoxa 'Glory of the Snow' flowers is always a welcome sight when I photograph them in my garden after a Minnesota winter. Use this image for a cheerful botanical accent in any room.Title: Glory of th.
How to Grow Chinodoxa forbesii or "Glory of the Snow"
The Glorious Chionodoxa Luciliae. Commonly known as Glory of the Snow since it is one of spring’s early bloomers, it is deer-resistant and naturalizes readily in well-draining soil and in full to partial sunlight. As it matures over time, when it’s happy where it’s planted, it naturalizes by bulb offsets and maybe even by self-sowing seed. It’s terrific planted en massein garden borders, sunny woodland borders, rock gardens and in irregular river-like swaths.