Surely known to every gardener, man, woman, and child in the country - the flowering of snowdrops is usually the first sign that spring is on it's way. Plant the bulbs 10cms deep in any well-drained soil, where they will happily spread. Lifting and dividing clumps every four or five years will help to increase the size and spread of the bulbs. Snowdrops hybridize quite readily, and there are many named cultivars - some of which exchange hands for large sums of money. Snowdrop bulbs are inexpensive and will settle in fairly quickly - although may not flower fully in their first season after planting. RV Roger also offer snowdrop bulbs 'In the green' each spring-time.