Bulbs and bulblike plants, Perennials
From Europe. Easy-to-grow, permanent plants with strap-shaped leaves and nodding, bell-shaped white flowers with six green-tipped segments. Good naturalized under deciduous trees, in shrub borders or orchards, or on cool slopes. Plant in fall, setting bulbs 3–4 in. deep, 4 in. apart. Give some water during summer dormancy; Leucojum aestivum can get by without any if soil is shaded. Do not disturb clumps until they are really crowded.When this occurs, dig clumps after foliage dies down, then divide and replant immediately.Leucojum vernum
Grows clumps of 9-in. long, strap shaped leaves with foot-tall stems, each with a single (occasionally two) white flower with six green-tipped segments. Flourishes in areas with definite winter cold; generally unsuccessful where temperatures remain above 20°F/–7°C. Leaves 9 in. long. In earliest spring, each foot-long stem bears a single large white flower (occasionally two).
Native to Eastern North America. Unlike most kinds of holly, this will thrive in boggy soils, although...
This is a dwarf (to 3 ft. high and wide) holly with larger red fruit.
This small male holly is grown for foliage and pollination. Grows 4 ft. tall and wide.