In most cases, this singular double produces symmetrical flowers with a rose-like pompon of inner segments that each bears a broad green U-shaped sinus blotch. Newly planted bulbs may go single, however, and even established clumps can have occasional episodes of roguish self-expression. The scapes are among the tallest of the doubles, and the pedicels may be upright or arched. One of the legendary Greatorex hybrids involving Galanthus plicatus and Galanthus nivalis ‘Flore Pleno’, it still makes quite the splash in the late winter garden. Zone 5.