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No spring lawn would be complete without a few chionodoxa coming up for an early show.
A particular favorite is Chionodoxa, sometimes called glory of the snow.
Too often neglected are the Chionodoxa, or glory of the snow.
Other good choices for naturalizing in the lawn are the early flowering chionodoxa, also called glory of the snow.
Most can be planted all through this month, especially daffodils, crocus and the little chionodoxa and wind flowers.
This is particularly effective for daffodils, grape hyacinths, aconites, crocus and chionodoxa.
The phenomenon is quite evident with grape hyacinths, certain crocuses, winter aconites and chionodoxa, to name a few.
Thus Chionodoxa siehei moves from the Hyacinthaceae to the Asparagaceae.
For a discussion of the relationship of Scilla to the closely related genus, Chionodoxa, see that page.
If the lawn needs perking up in the spring, there is nothing like a swath of chionodoxa to form a cheery bit of color.
Even bluer is Chionodoxa gigantea.
Some, like daffodils, snowdrops, crocus and chionodoxa, keep coming along practically forever because their numbers multiply underground.
All Chionodoxa species are included in Scilla by some botanists, who do not consider the differences to be sufficient to create a separate genus.
Glory of the snow (chionodoxa)
Others disagree, in which case they will call Chionodoxa siehei, for example, Scilla siehei.
There were also several kinds of crocus, a bag of anemone blanda in mixed colors and some chionodoxa.
Thus there is disagreement among botanists as to whether the genera Chionodoxa and Scilla are sufficiently different to be kept separate.
This pink shower is particularly elegant if a carpet of blue-flowering bulbs, like members of the Chionodoxa clan, are planted underneath.
The earliest published genus name must be used when genera are merged; in this case Scilla predates Chionodoxa.
Like all members of the genus Chionodoxa, the bases of the stamens are flattened and closely clustered in the middle of the flower.
Plant dwarf spring flowering bulbs such as Anemone blanda, chionodoxa and snowdrops to form carpets of colour beneath established shrubs.
The flowers are bright blue, without white at the base of the tepals, as most other species of Chionodoxa have, although the stamen bases are white.
Longwood beckons visitors early with a vast carpet of deep blue chionodoxa and Siberian squill that spreads beneath its meticulously tended trees.
They should flower in succession, starting with the Anemone blanda mixed, then Muscari armeniacum and finally Chionodoxa luciliae.
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