Saturday, November 29, 2003
Leucojum aestivum (Summer Snowflake).
l. aestivum was one of the many bulbs i bought last year for "experimenting". i chose it, and the other bulbs i ultimately purchased, because it is reportedly well suited for our challenging growing conditions.
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I have had my leucojum bulbs in the ground for the third year now. Last year I only had a few blossoms on one planting and none on the other. Both are planted in partial shade. This year I had 4- 6 blosoms on the plants that blossomed last year. What am I now doing correctly?
Posted by: David Dunne | Apr 15, 2004 6:58:02 PM
I found this plant in a woodland area behind my house and it was blooming in January!! I then took a bulb that was not blooming, along w/ some of the moist red clay soil that I found it in . I then put it in my bedroom in which the sun shines into in the morning. Ive had it for a few days now and its doing great! I guess that you can classify the lighting in my room as partial sunlight. It is very beautiful.
Posted by: Lydia | Jan 19, 2005 11:13:00 AM