Galanthus plicatus “Trym”

Found in a garden in Westbury on Trym near Bristol in 1987, UK and named by Christopher Brickell. Distinctive unusually shaped flowers. Trym is valued in the snowdrop community for its excellent genes it has passed on to various offsprings, such as South Hayes, Trymming, Golden Fleece, etc.

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