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Article: Star of Bethlehem: Toxic, Invasive, or Lovely?: Star of Bethlenem/snowdrops

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larrylb
meadville,pa
United States

March 14, 2011
9:52 AM

Post #8426260

Thanks for sharing your story and the additional information. One thing though, Snowdrops, (Galanthus Nivalis) are a member of the Alliaceae family. I have both in my yard and the "Snowdrops" are the first to arrive. The Snowdrops were "up" by March 3, here in nw PA, and then it snowed 10" and covered them for 5 days and it never phased them. They truly are a remarkable, lovely plant...
Sharran
Calvert City, KY
(Zone 7a)

March 14, 2011
7:56 PM

Post #8427582

They are survivors, that's for sure!

Thanks, larrylb.
Happy Spring!

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