A very large flowered form of Galanthus elwesii selected by John Morley in Suffolk.
Light green marks on the end of the outer segments that are not always distinct. They seem
to be stronger on plants grown in full sun, but I may just be imagining it.
When I bought it I was a little worried that my little patch of woodland would be too dark for
a form of Galanthus elwesii, which often prefer more open conditions. Fortunately
this hasn't turned out to be the case and it has prospered and formed a striking clump
in the last few years. The flowers are as large as any cultivar I grow, and they are
displayed very effectively against the broad glaucous leaves.