Galanthus, which literally means milk flower, blooms during winter months and is a great choice for naturalizing in meadows and lawns. Galanthus is native to parts of Europe and the eastern Mediterranean region and is closely related to leucojum and acis.
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Like most amaryllids, galanthus is a bulb and thrives in well-drained soils and winter sun. Commonly known as snowdrop, galanthus emerges very early in the year and often pops up through a blanket of snow. Galanthus pairs well with other early spring bulbs such as narcissus and liriope muscari. Some galanthus species contain galantamine, a compound used to treat Alzheimer's disease. When you are ready to buy galanthus for your garden, check out our online list of galanthus for sale.