These native European woodland plants can be grown by anybody and requires little skill level. They are among the earliest to flower, and produce a bright display, especially when planted in large numbers under shrubs and deciduous trees. It makes for an effective ground cover plant, as it spreads quickly. It blooms at the same time as our snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis), producing a sea of pure golden yellow. They would look good planted together, as both are woodland plants. Also known as buttercups. To prevent the bulbs from drying out, buy them early in the season and plant them as soon as possible. Planted in moist soil. Do not let the soil dry out. Mulch lightly in winter.
- Bulb size 5/+ cm
- Winter blooming
- Woodland plant from Europe
- Royal Horticultural Society's - Award of Garden Merit
- Blooms produce a sea of pure, golden yellow
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