Enjoy the beautiful drops of snow in a unique way. Though these blooms make appear to be a winter wonder, it is actually one of the very first flowers to bloom in the spring time. Bring in a little spring even during the harshest winters.
If you love snowdrops, you would know that it is an extremely tiny one. However, I’ve created it just a bit bigger to go easy on your hands.
Snowdrop Fun Facts
Snow drops are part of the Amaryllis family!
-Snowdrops are pollinated by bees during February and March.
-The scientific name for the Snowdrop bloom is Galanthus Nivalis. The name derives from the Greek words “gala”, which means milk, and “anthos” which means flower. The second part of the name, “Nivalis”, is Latin and it means snow.
-Galanthamine is a substance isolated from snowdrops that can be used to improve sleep.
-Galantamine can also be used in treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. It can be purchased under the brand name Reminyl.
Snowdrops can live for more than 2 years in the wild.
Snowdrops symbolizes purity and hope.
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