Posted: 16/12/2013 at 21:50
Yes, it's your choice which company you get them from Nick. Come February time there'll be plenty of choice.
I love a good tangent
Unless you have lots of money and a collecting nature you should avoid all those named varieties that appear on ebay for lots of money. For a good patch of white you want single snowdrops, Galanthus nivalis. They seed and make new buls. The bulbs multiply as well and you can split them up and a new clump will form.
They come in doubles as well, that's Galanthus nivali which are quite pretty, clump up well but don't set seed and are probably no good for any early bees
I can't remember where mine came from.
google 'snowdrops in the green'