A dainty snowdrop instantly distinguishable by the deeply divided spathe behind the flower, which forms two “donkey’s ears”. The flower is white, tipped on the outer, as well as on the inner, segments with a little green.
Found by Julius Scharlock in 1818 and named after him by E.A. Bowles.
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