Acis autumnalis var. oporantha f. dispathacea
The small-flowered species of Leucojum, the snowflakes, have recently been transferred into a new genus, called Acis. They make clumps of slender, grassy leaves, and have delicate nodding flowers, white in most species, some flowering in spring and others in autumn. Donít leave them to the rough and tumble of the wild parts of the garden, like snowdrops, but give them a special place, where they can be appreciated and cared for.
Acis autumnalis var. oporantha f. dispathacea is a rare form of the autumn snowflake in which there are two spathes instead of one. White flowers as usual.
||Late summer to mid autumn|
||open, sunny position|
||any good garden soil|
||6 - 20 cm|