Galanthus nivalis L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Galanthus nivalis (rights holder: Sarah Gregg)© Sarah Gregg (licence)


Snowdrops found growing in nature areas are wild forms of the cultivated plant. They are not native to the Netherlands. Cultivating new plants takes a couple of years, which is why it is done in the forest and not in nurseries. Such white snowdrop-covered woods can be seen in the Dennen on Texel. These bulbs are allowed to grow here, but they are no longer cultivated. In fact, it is not allowed to... © Copyright Ecomare (licence)

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