Last year I bought my girlfriend some snowdrops, they didn't like repotting very good and promptly fell over and died. Or so I thought at first, turns out they have an onion that makes new snowdrops, next year.
Now it is next year, I had left the snowdrop pot in my cellar since then for around 8 months and what did I see sticking out from the middle? A snowdrop sprouting! This was two weeks ago, now there are like 10 of them making their way through the dirt, that's more than I originally bought.
Since then I brought the pot back in the apartment, set it on the window and have watered it a bit every day, maybe around 20ml per day. The apartment is hot, its around 30C indoors, because girlfriend. I live pretty far up north so right now we get around 3 hours of "sunlight" per day.
Over the last few days I've noticed a white mold appearing on the surface of the soil, I've removed it gently with a spoon twice but it keeps coming back. It looks exactly what the internet describes as harmless saprophytic fungus, they also say it happens when the soil is too wet.
Am I overwatering the snowdrops? The pot is 16cm in diameter, 20cm high, has a hole at the bottom and a little pan. When I do the watering, the top of the soil is left slightly moist, no water ever reaches through the bottom.