|Exposure Galanthus nivalis
continental : Place The Galanthus nivalis in a semishady place, with few hours a day of direct sunlight.
alpine : These plants do not like to be exposed to direct sunlight for long periods.
mediterranean : These plants prefer semishady locations, but can be exposed for few hours to direct sunlight without any problem, above all during the coldest periods of the year.
Fertilization Galanthus nivalis : Fertilize perennials starting from winter, preferably using a slow-release fertilizer; it is also possible to fertilize our plants with a liquid fertilizer to be added to normal waterings, every 15-20 days; avoid fertilizings in autumn and winter.Watering Galanthus nivalis
continental : Remember to water The Galanthus nivalis only when the soil is dry. During waterings try to dampen deeply the substrate, avoiding to drench it excessively.
alpine : The Galanthus nivalis prefer fresh but not soaked soils, therefore water only when the soil has been dry for few days; providing more frequent waterings in summer and avoid to give water in winter or during the coldest periods of the year.
mediterranean : The Galanthus nivalis needs very regular and generous waterings; give a good amount of water every week from March to October, but remember to allow the soil to dry out between two waterings. During very cold months or particularly rainy periods we can avoid watering.
Treatments Galanthus nivalis : When spring starts we can apply a sulphur fungicide treatment; the other treatments will be applied only in case the parasites are on the plants. Avoid the use of any treatments on the plants during bloom, which can injure the bees.