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  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,160

    They usually multiply quite well anthony. But not so well in sticky soil. I had a few Wendy's Gold which didn't increase at all on heavy soil, when I moved them to something light and tasty they romped away 

  • thankyou nutcutlet maybe i try moving some and see next year. cant do it today got a heavy frost

  • Pottie PamPottie Pam Posts: 887

    I find that snowdrops like company when planting out. Before I knew better I planted some singley and they haven't made big clumps like the ones planted together in fives.

    I always dig some up every year to pot up indoors to enjoy as soon as they are poking through the soil then when they go over plant out again.

     

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