Acis longifolia



A rare native of Corsica with stems of up to 25 cm (though it is usually shorter than this) crowned with up to three white, or very faintly pink, bells in April-May, along with very thin leaves which are about as long as the flower stems.

Not difficult, but perhaps best grown in a pot under glass as it is slender and quite small and by repute it may be a tiny touch tender.