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Iris ‘black Beauty’ Dutch Iris Rhizomes

Iris ‘black Beauty’ Dutch Iris rhizomes Produce Striking Dark Flowers With Subtle Markings During In Mid-summer. These Beautifully Dark Flowers Have Centres Of Vivid And Vibrant Yellow, Creating A Fantastic Contrast And Statement For Your Flower Beds.the Sturdy Stems Make Them Perfect For Cut Flowers But They Really Make An Impact When Planted On Mass In A Border With Other Irises Of Paler Colours.plant Bulbs Roughly Three Times Their Depth Into Free Draining Soil Or Into Containers. Choose A Sunny Or Part Shaded Site For The Best Display Of Flowers.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Iris ‘bronze Beauty’ – Dutch Iris Rhizomes

Dutch Iris 'bronze Beauty' Are Streamlined With Tall Stems, Slender Foliage And Petals In An Array Of Subtle And Sophisticated Colours. They Are Fully Hardy Despite Their Designer Looks, And Versatile Enough To Grace Any Style Of Garden From Ultra Modern To Cottage Stylethe Blooms Of This wonderful plant Combines Dusky, Golden And Coppery Colours With A Splash Of Bright Yellow.this Stunning Variety Is So Perfectly Formed It's Won A Coveted rhs Award Of Garden Merit.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Dutch Iris Collection – Iris Rhizomes

Dutch Iris Rhizomes Send Up Their Flower Spikes In Mid Summer, Following On From The Bearded Irises Their Later Flowering Times Extend The Iris Season. Dutch Irises Grow From Rhizomes; The Plants Have Slender Leaves And Their Strong Stems Support Dainty Iris Flowers; The Colours Are Subtle But Striking And They’ll Add A Contrast Of Shape And Colour In Beds And Borders. These Summer Flowering Iris Bulbs Are Also Excellent For Cutting.our Collection Includes One Each Of:iris ‘black Beauty’ X24this Striking Dutch Iris Has Dark Flowers With Subtle Markings.iris ‘bronze Beauty’ X48a Sophisticated, Dusky, Bronze-yellow Dutch Iris.iris ‘gipsy Beauty’ X48one Of The Showiest Dutch Irises With Intricately Marked Petals. plant Dutch Iris Rhizomes In September-october, Plant The Bulbs Around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. Avoid Planting Bulbs In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting. Plant Dutch Iris Rhizomes In Containers Of Bulb Compost Or Gritty Free Draining Compost. Plant The Bulbs Around 2-3 Times Their Depth.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Dwarf Iris Mixed Collection – Iris Bulbs

These Dwarf Iris Mixed Bulbs Are The Perfect Combination Of Colours, Ideal For Pots And Borders.dwarf Iris Bulbs Look Great When Planted In A Mixed Group. This Mix Consists Of Blue, Mauve And Bright Yellow, And They Look Fantastic Together.unlike The Large Irises These Spring -flowering Dwarf Irises Emerge From Bulbs Not Rhizomes. Plant Them at Least  twice Their Depth Into Free Draining Soil In Pots, Borders or Rockery Plantings.after Flowering Let The Foliage Die Down Naturally To Encourage The Bulbs To Flower Well Next Year.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Muscari Armeniacum – Grape Hyacinth Bulbs

Grape Hyacinths Or Muscari Armeniacum, Are Some Of The Showiest, Yet Easiest To Grow, Of All The Spring Flowering Bulbs! They Produces Little Spikes Of Lovely Dainty Blue Flowers And Look Fantastic When You Grow Them With Little Yellow Narcissi In Pots, Troughs Or In Beds Beneath Trees Like Cherry Blossom.ideal For Edging, Plant Muscari Bulbs Closely Together In Bold Drifts And For Setting Amongst Summer And Autumn Flowering Perennials To Provide Colour And Interest In Beds And Borders Before These Start To Grow Away.  Plant Lots!how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Iris Germanica Collection – Iris Bulbs

Commonly Known As Bearded Irises, Iris Germanica Are Large And Showy Irises With Fans Of Sword-shaped Foliage. Grouped With Iris Bulbs These Striking Plants Actually Grow From Rhizomes But They Are Just As Easy To Grow As Iris Bulbs. Iris Germanica Are Completely Hardy And They Thrive In Hot Sunny Gardens.our Collection Includes One Each Of:iris Germanica ‘distant Chimes’elegantly Frilled, Two-colour Flowers.iris Germanica ‘ringo’wow! These Irises Are A Perfect Blend Of Light And Shade!iris Germanica ‘night Owl’these Iris Blooms Are Deep, Dark And Dramatic.plant Iris Germanica Rhizomes Very Shallowly. Bury The Roots But Leave The Rhizome Exposed. The Iris Rhizomes Should Be Just On The Surface Of The Soil. Place These Iris Bulbs Where They Will Get The Most Sunshine And Where They Won’t Be Overshadowed By Other Plants. They Benefit From Being Baked In The Sun And This Ensures A Great Display Year After Year.irises Can Eventually Spread To Form Clumps And It Is Hard To Remove Weeds Once The Bed Is Established So Weed The Area Well Before You Plant.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Fritillaria Duo Pack – Fritillary Bulbs

Commonly Known As Crown Imperials These Fritillary Bulbs Send Up Tall Stems Topped With Clusters Of Showy Flowers. Our Duo Pack Includes Two Varieties.fritillaria Imperialis Rubra Most Imperial Fritillaries You See Have Bright Yellow Or Orange Flowers; Fritillaria Imperialis Rubra Has Unusual Crimson-red Flowers.fritillaria Imperialis Maxima Lutea This Brilliant Yellow Fritillaria Has Been Given The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit As An Excellent Garden Plant.plant Fritillaria Bulbs Very Deeply, A Depth Of Around 8in Isn’t Too Deep. Fritillaria Bulbs Are Perfect For A Sunny Or Shady Border. Each Bulb Has A Hole In The Top, This Is Normal But If You Garden On Heavy Soil Plant The Large Bulbs On Their Sides To Avoid Moisture Gathering In The Top Of The Bulb And Rotting It.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Hyacinth Fondant – Hyacinth Bulbs

Garden Hyacinths Add Colour And Fragrance To A Spring Border Or In Containers. Hyacinth Fondant Lives Up To Its Name With Sugar-pink Flowers and Sweet Scent.hyacinths Are Perfect For Creating A Spring Display On Their Own Or Team Them With Other Spring Bulbs In Containers, Beds And Borders. Hyacinths Can Waft Their Fragrance A Long Distance, But It's Not Just Us That Appreciate It; Bees And Other Pollinators Are Attracted To The Sweet-smelling Flowers Too.plant Hyacinth Bulbs In Autumn,around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. For A Natural Effect Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Fall. Plant Garden Hyacinths Near To Paths Or Doorways Where Their Scent Can Be Appreciated.avoid Planting Bulbs In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting.after Care let The Leaves Die Down Naturally And Don't Be Tempted To Cut Them Back Early. The Foliage Needs To Absorb Energy Back To The Bulb To Ensure Next Years Flowers. Hyacinths Are Hardy Bulbs And Will Come Back Every Year But The Flower Spikes Gradually Become More Lax And Natural.for The Best Shaped Blooms Plant New Bulbs Every Autumn.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Erythronium Kondo-bulbs (tubers)

Dog’s Tooth Violets -erythroniums Get Their Common Name Of Dog’s Tooth Violets From The Curved Shape Of Their Tubers.erythronium Kondo Has Up To 7 Blooms On Each Stem, And The Pale Buttermilk Coloured Flowers Of This Hybrid Erythronium Bulb Are Tinged With Green. These Are Pretty Plants That Associate Well With Other Woodland Bulbs. plant  Erythronium Bulbs In Autumn. Plant 5-10cm/2-4in Deep, Into Humus-rich Soil In Shade. Choose A Sheltered Site, Out Of Strong Winds.   Don’t Allow The Tubers To Dry Out In Storage.after Care snip Off And Tidy Old Foliage When It Turns Brown.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.

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Erythronium Dens Canis – Dog’s Tooth Violets – Bulbs (tubers)

Dog's Tooth Violetscommonly Called Erythronium Bulbs Erythronium Dens-canis Are Grown From Tubers And The Plants Are Called Dog's Tooth Violets Because The Shape Of The Tubers Resembles A Canine Tooth. Erythronium Send Up Spurred Mauve-pink Flowers That Appear In Spring On Slender Stems  above Large, Heavily Mottled Leaves. Erythronium Are Shade Loving Plants That Make Excellent Groundcover Under Trees Or Shrubs And In Shaded Woodland Borders. Erythronium Add Colour And Interest With Their Showy Leaves And Dainty Flowers. This Erythronium Is A European Native Plant.this Erythronium Variety Has Won The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm) As An Excellent Garden Plant.plant In Autumn 5-10cm/2-4in Deep Into Humus-rich Soil In Shade. Don't Allow The Tubers To Dry Out In Storage.after Care snip Off And Tidy Old Foliage When It Turns Brown.how You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.