Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Leucojum aestivum.
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Division of offsets in September/October. It is best done as soon as the foliage ripens.Scooping the bulbs.
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The dormant bulbs are fairly hardy and will withstand soil temperatures down to at least -5°c. Plants can be naturalized in damp rough grass. Flowers are produced within 4 - 5 years from seed. The seedpods are swollen and filled with air so that they can be dispersed by floating in water.Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer or rabbits.
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