Galanthus John Gray
A robust and vigorous selection of Galanthus plicatus, the Galanthus Augustus is a distinctive, well-proportioned and attractive flower with large globular leaves. The outer perianth segments are pure white with dimpled petals. The inner perianth segments are green, faintly waisted, with a white patch in the basal region.
They are vigorous and increase well. They usually flower from February to March to a height of 15cm.
The Galanthus Augustus was named by Amy Doncaster for E.A.Bowles, Augustus being his middle name.
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