With this Salomé, cultivated in Ireland, you will get rid of the winter blues in early spring. This large-headed and finely scented beauty has perfectly formed pure white petals and a finely frayed little trumpet that slowly changes from yellow into peach pink. The blueish green thread-shaped foliage completes the image. Large flowers up to 9 cm wide stand firmly on their stem, so this very strong plant can easily take the winds of March. It prefers a moderately moist soil. If it forms a dense clump after 3 to 5 years, this should be divided.
|Plant depth||2-3 Times the height of the bulb|