Chionodoxa luciliae, also known as glory-of-the-snow, is a spring-blooming bulbous plant native to western Turkey. It produces star-shaped flowers that are usually blue-violet, but can also be pink or white. The flowers bloom in early spring and rise on slender stems above the grass-like leaves. Chionodoxa luciliae is a popular garden plant because of its beauty, ease of cultivation, and ability to naturalize. It prefers well-draining soil and can tolerate partial shade, making it ideal for woodland gardens, rock gardens, or naturalizing in lawns. It is also a great choice for container gardening, where its delicate beauty can be enjoyed up close. Chionodoxa luciliae is a relatively low-maintenance plant and will often naturalise in the garden over time. After blooming, the plant will die back naturally and the bulbs will remain dormant until the following spring. With proper care, Chionodoxa luciliae can provide years of beauty and enjoyment in the garden.