reginae-olgae subsp vernalis "Topaz"

Taller than most subsp vernalis, this snowdrop appeared as a seedling in the garden. The erect, dark green leaves have a noticeable central stripe; the plants always produce two flower scapes; large crystal white flowers with a broad horseshoe mark; the ovary is long and narrow; flowering time is mid February

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