Renowned for his unusual edible plants, Paul Barney from Edulis Nursery is also an avid galanthophile. His collection has now grown to more than 600 different cultivars. In winter, his nursery, located in an old Victorian walled garden in Berkshire, is filled with a carpet of white flowers whilst most other plants are still dormant. A close inspection of Paul's collection shows the broad range it encompasses, each cultivar revealing its uniqueness: virescent Galanthus such as G. 'Rosemary Burnham', G. 'Margaret Biddulph' and G. 'Castle Green Dragon', yellow snowdrop 'Spindlestone Surprise', striped Galanthus G. 'Zeitgeist' and 'Sprite', double forms with G. 'Ballerina', G. 'Bill Baker's BB01', the inverse poculiform of G 'Philippe-Andre Meyer'. It is so easy to catch the galanthophile bug when visiting the nursery.