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1. A hardy plant, native to Europe and Asia, that grows from a bulb and flowers in early spring.
2. Etymology: from modern Latin which came from Greek khion, "snow" plus doxa, "glory".

The chionodoxa plants belong to the lily family and have blue, white, or pink clusters of flowers on short stalks and are known as the "glory-of-the-snow" flowers.