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An early-blooming charmer, glory-of-the-snow will quickly spread, quilting the layers under larger plants with patches of spring pink, white, or blue blooms -- even through drifts of snow. The flowers look somewhat like a wild, loose hyacinth. The starry, six-petaled blossoms stay in bloom for a few weeks. Plant glory-of-the-snow in the fall in any well-drained soil, and then sit back and wait for the show to begin.
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