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|Positive ||chuckmemphis ||On May 14, 2010, chuckmemphis from Germantown, TN wrote:
Here in TN these freely self seed and can create an astonishing clump in just a few years. From my initial planting of 3 bulbs 5 years ago, I now have about 12 clumps that usually put up 50-75 stalks in Late March, Early April.
Easy to divide and share, all grow true from seed, if pods are left on plants.
|Positive ||robcorreia ||On May 12, 2009, robcorreia from San Diego, CA (Zone 10b) wrote:
These plants come back every year for me here in San Diego, zone 10. They bloom throughout the winter. In warm weather they "die down". I tie-up the leaves in a neat knot and only cut them off when they are totally yellow. They kind of "disappear" during the season, and start leafing out again in late fall.
Lovely and a prolific bloomer!
|Positive ||pokerboy ||On Jan 30, 2005, pokerboy from Canberra
Australia (Zone 8b) wrote:
This snowflake bears up to eight white, green tipped bells anytime from early Spring to late Spring. Another spectacular bulb. pokerboy.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
San Diego, California
Overland Park, Kansas
Raleigh, North Carolina
East Norriton, Pennsylvania
Conway, South Carolina
Mont Belvieu, Texas
Pecan Grove, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
Walnut Grove, Washington
Great Cacapon, West Virginia