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Growing snowdrops in Scotland - video

Paul and Helen Rushton have opened their garden at Bruckhills Croft (Aberdeenshire) for Scotland’s Gardens Scheme since 2008. In 2014 they started opening for snowdrops, too.

They currently have a collection of 450+ species and cultivars of Galanthus, and they are working towards holding a National Plant Collection of Galanthus.

It this webinar, created for those interested in growing or learning more about Galanthus, Helen shares her knowledge and experience. Scroll down to watch the recording.

The video covers some of the common questions and interesting facts about snowdrops: 

Peardrop' Snowdrop, Bruckhills Croft, Aberdeenshire
‘Peardrop' Snowdrop, Bruckhills Croft, Aberdeenshire

If you are looking for ideas on how to grow snowdrops, in this video you will see they can be grown successfully in pond baskets dug into raised beds, as well as in a greenhouse.

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You can find out more about the collection of snowdrops growing in Bruckhills Croft garden from Helen’s website: