Snowdrops or Milk Flowers. Circa 1875, these deer-proof, milky-white naturalizers have dainty, pendant flowers with emerald-green markings. Heralding spring’s arrival, they are best grown in partial sunlight, are a bit tolerant of moist soil and are prized for their hardy, resilient nature, usually popping right back up after surprise late season snow storms. March/April. 5” to 8”. Plant 4” deep and 2” to 4” apart. HZ: 3-8.