Snowdrops at Warp Speed

“Well, here’s a cool thing,” our good customer Nancy McDonald emailed us one March several years ago. Nancy gardens in zone-5a Grand Marais, Michigan, a mile from Lake Superior, where the annual snowfall averages over 11 feet (yes, 11 feet!). “Three days ago my snowdrops were covered with more than a foot of snow. Two days ago the snow melted. Yesterday they had little green and white spears sticking up. Today the stems are long enough that the buds are starting to hang over. If it’s warm enough tomorrow, I bet some of them will open. That’s zero to sixty in only three days. Incredible!”

Want to see if you can beat that record? Order yours now, plant them in the next two weeks, wait with anticipation, and don’t forget to check on them early next spring!