How to Grow Snowdrops from Seed

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The scientific name of Snowdrops is Galanthus nivalis and the plants are perennial bulbs that are native to Europe and the Middle East. The snowdrops plants are hardy in USDA hardiness zones three through seven. The plants are so hardy, in fact, that they often appear and bloom while there is still snow on the ground. To read more visit https://www.flowerpeek.com/2024/02/how-to-grow-snowdrops-from-seed.html
 


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