The Glory of the Snow delightful bulbs has little bright blue, star-shaped flowers and grass-like leaves. They start blooming shortly after crocuses, which is handy because the two look good together. They are a good bulb for cool climates and are hardy to Zone 3, but they don’t do well south of Zone 8.
Naturalize them around a tree in a rock garden, along with a woodland path, or wherever they will best be seen. Chionodoxa luciliae grows up to six inches tall and is typically blue with a white center, but “Alba” is white, “Rosea” is lavender-pink and the larger flowered “Gigantea” can be blue, purple, or pink. Sardensis is dark blue without white eyes. Also, Read – Magnolia Tree.
How to Grow Glory of the Snow