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Snakes Head  - Fritillaria meleagris -


  • Title:  Snakes Head - Fritillaria meleagris -
  • Description:  Snake's head (Fritillaria meleagris) is a mid-spring blooming bulb flower with an appealing wildflower look. It thrives in damp areas and partly shady sites including woodland areas, meadow fringes or along brooks and ponds. The checkered, maroon bell-shaped blooms are pendant and nod daintily on a spring breeze. The occasional white bloom sets off its darker companions. Burrowing rodents may eat the bulbs but foraging deer generally don't bother them. They are considered deer resistant. Colorblends is a wholesale resource for top-quality flower bulbs.The Connecticut-based firm sells direct to land care professionals and home gardeners coast-to-coast. See or call 1-888-847-8637.
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  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial and educational use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Schipper & Company U.S.A. Inc.. Please credit
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