Attractive, hardy bulbs from South America, they do well in drained soil and can be left to naturalise. This brave flower may burst prematurely into growth, risking leaf damage from frost, but their real display in April will not be harmed.
Ipheion will create large patches of flowers quite quickly. Dividing and re-planting can be carried out in late summer or autumn whilst the plants are dormant and should be kept only just moist through this time.
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