Feed the plant regularly until the leaves start to die down. This will provide it with more strength next season.
Once the leaves have died down, remove the bulbs from the container and store until next season in a cool dry place.
Often confused with Snowflakes (Leucojum vernum) which flower in the late winter, have spots on the outsides of the petals and can produce several flowers on each stem, Snowdrops are best suited to the cooler climates, have green colouring on the tips of the inside petals and produce generally single flowers on each stem.
Great for mass plantings in beds, through sheltered lawns or under tree canopies.
Whilst their flowering period is limited and they die down before the hot weather arrives, they do provide an abundance of contrast to the garden in early spring.