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Glory of the Snow
Asparagaceae
Chionodoxa forbesii


TheMurph56
TheMurph56
Flower Petal # 6
Main Color    
Color 2    

Asparagaceae Family

Chionodoxa Genus

Location

I planted it years ago in my shade garden but forgot the name of it.

Physical Description
Small, light blue flower with pale yellow center. 6 petals that are pointed, thin delicate leaves. What is it?




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Small, light blue flower with pale yellow center. 6 petals


  Identifier Research
Glory of the Snow
gardengeek
March 13, 2014
Asparagaceae
Chionodoxa forbesii
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Comment: Glory of the Snow, Chionodoxa forbesii

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DGannon
DGannon
October 25, 2012


Looks like Chionodoxa forbesii or "Glory of the Snow".

Esselean
Esselean
July 07, 2012
I could be wrong but it looks very much like a Star of Bethlehem

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