Lovely and easy, this naturalizing Glory of the Snow is among the first flowers of the year, and will succeed in most soils and locations, forming a spreading carpet of glistening white in very early spring. Each 6” stem holds 5 to 10 pure white starry flowers. Consider planting in lawns, under fruit trees, in open ‘woodland’ gardens, rock gardens, and to under-plant early Narcissus. Foliage disappears by late spring. Native to mountainsides in Western Turkey. Cold-hardy to Zone 3, sun to part shade, deer-resistant. Plant bulbs 3” deep and 2-3” apart or 9 bulbs per square foot.