Category: Woodland Bulbs

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Trillium Cuneatum ‘sweet Betsy’ – Toad Lily Bulbs

Trillium Cuneatum Bulbs, Which Are Also Known As (little) Sweet Betsy, Produce A Flowering Perennial Which Springs To Life In Early March To Mid April. This Wildflower Has Dramatic Mottled Foliage Topped In Spring With Deep Maroon Flowers And Prefers To Grow In Rich Soils, In Particular Limestone.commonly Known As Toad Lily Or Wake Robin, Trilliums Are Iconic Woodland Bulbs. Trilliums Combine Beautifully With Pale Starry Anemones And Erythronium. Once Established Trilliums Will Spread And Naturalise, Studding The Ground Under Trees And Shrubs And In Woodland.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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Nectaroscordum Siculum – Sicilian Honey Garlic Bulbs

Sicilian Honey Garlic, Or Nectaroscordum Siculuman, Is Unusual and Elegant Allium-type Flowers.spectacular Heads Of Hanging, Bell Shaped Flowers Are Held On Long, Leafless Stems In Late Spring.flowers Are Light, Apple Green, Flushed With Deep Purplish-pink, Followed By Attractive Seed Heads Which Can Be Dried And Used For Floral Decoration.naturalise Well. Perfect For Woodland Plantings.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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Eranthis Cilicica – Winter Aconites Bulbs

Eranthis Cilicica Is One Of The Earliest Flowering Spring Bulbs! eranthis Bulbs, Commonly Known As Winter Aconite, Produces Its Bright And Cheery Buttercup-like Flowers From As Early As February, Making Them One Of The First Bulbs Of The Year. Flowers And Naturalises Well In Shade.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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Narcissus ‘w.p. Milner’ – Daffodil Bulbs

Narcissus 'w.p. Milner' Is A Beautifully Neat And Compact miniature Daffodil Variety. Over A Century Old W.p. Milner’s Pale, Delicate Colouring And Dainty Nodding Flowers Are Ideal For Naturalising In Gardensthe Bulbs Produce Somewhat Pendulous Flowers So This Daffodil Also Looks Good Grown In Small Pots Which Can Be Positioned To Allow The Daffodils  to Be Seen To Best Advantage. flowers Open A Pale Sulphur Yellow And Then Gradually Turn Creamy White. The Frilled Trumpet Is A Soft Yellow.w.p. Milner Also Looks At Home In A Rockery.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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Galanthus Nivalis – Snowdrop Bulbs

Snowdrops (galanthus) Are Great Naturalisers!every Garden Needs Snowdrops And These Single Snowdrop Bulbs Are A Classic 'must Have' Plant. Snowdrops Do Best In Rich Soil In Partial Shade But Can Be Planted Anywhere. Perfect Planted Under Trees And Shrubs To Give A Sparkling Carpet Of White To Herald The Spring.snowdrops Are One Of The Earliest Bulbs To Flower In The Spring, Making Them A Welcome Sight From As Early As January And Flowering Through To February. Once They Get Going They Form Bigger And Bigger Clumps Every Year As They Naturalise.plant The Bulbs At Least Twice Their Depth Into Free Draining Soil. If Planting In Grass Lift A Flap Of Turf And Position The Bulbs Underneath, Firm The Turf Back Gently And Water To Settle The Soil.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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Galanthus Nivalis Flore Pleno – Snowdrops Bulbs

This Charming Double Snowdrop is Extra Special, With Delicate Ruffled Flowers That Really Grab Attention.snowdrops Are Always A Welcome Sight, Brightening Up The Long Winter Days.  Once The First Snowdrops Appear It Mean's Spring's Just Around The Corner!snowdrops Are Best Planted In A Shady Spot Or Under And Amongst Deciduous Shrubs, they Also Naturalise Well In Grass.plant The Bulbs At Least Twice Their Depth Into Free Draining Soil. If Planting In Grass Lift A Flap Of Turf And Position The Bulbs Underneath, Firm The Turf Back Gently And Water To Settle The Soil.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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Galanthus Elwesii – Snowdrop Bulbs

As One Of The Best Snowdrops For Naturalising, Galanthus Elwesii reveals Some of The Largest Snowdrop Flowers, As Well As Broad Grey-green Leaves.this Snowdrop Grows To Produce Flowers That Are Often Honey Scented, Attracting An Array Of Bees And Insects To The Garden. Once Established, Snowdrops Will Spread To Form A Carpet Of Sparkling Flowers.snowdrop Bulbs Are Ideal For Autumn Planting, And Will Lift The Spirits When They Peep Through In Winter, Often Defying The Weather To Push Through The Snow. Pick A Bunch To Bring Indoors Or Grow In A Shallow Container On The Patio To Enjoy The Fragrance Close To.these Snowdrops Hold The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm) Which Means They're Rated By The Royal Horticultural Society As Excellent Garden Plants.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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Chionodoxa Forbesii – Glory Of The Snow Bulbs

Chionodoxa Bulbs Are Commonly Known As Glory Of The Snow, Chionodoxa Forbesii’s Starry Flowers And Strap-like Leaves Emerge In Early Spring. They Are Perfect For Brightening Up Bare Soil In Shady Borders; Blooming Well In The Dappled Shade Under Shrubs And Deciduous Trees. Chionodoxa Bulbs Will Also Succeed In Hot Sunny Sites Such As Rockeries, Or Plant Them In Containers With Other Spring Bulbs And Flowers Or For Under-planting Shrubs Or Topiary.plantplant The Small Bulbs In September.  Plant Them Around Three Times Their Depth Into Well Drained Soil. On Heavy Wet Soils Add Grit To Prevent The Bulbs Becoming Waterlogged.in The Border Plant Chionodoxa Bulbs In Broad Drifts For The Most Natural Effect. For A Truly Natural Effect Just Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Land.in Containers Plant Bulbs Around Three Times Their Depth In Bulb Compost Or Multipurpose Compost, Add Drainage Crocks To The Base Of The Pot To Prevent Bulbs Becoming Waterlogged.after Care allow Bulb Leaves To Die Down Naturally To Divert Goodness Back Into The Bulb Ready For Next Years Display. Chionodoxa Naturalises Well, So Leave The Spent Flowers On The Stems If You Want Them To Spread.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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Hyacinthoides Non-scripta – Bluebells Bulbs

The True 'english Bluebell'this  Native Woodland Plant Is A Classic, And Unique To British gardens And Woodland. With Delightful Violet-blue, Scented Bell-shaped Flowers On Slender Stems Above Rich Green Leaves Bluebell Bulbs Look Fabulous When Planted In Drifts Where They Will Naturalise Readily.excellent Under Deciduous Shrubs And Trees In Reasonably Moist Conditions. Also Great For Interplanting Between Ferns And Hostas.in Smaller Gardens Bluebells  look Wonderful In Troughs Or Large Tubs.plant The Bulbs At Least Twice Their Depth Into Reasonably Moist Soil In A Part Shaded Position. When Flowering Has Finished Allow Foliage To Die Down Naturally, This Diverts Energy Back Into The Bulb For Another Great Display 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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Erythronium Collection – Erythronium Bulbs (tubers)

The Erythronium Bulb Collection Contains Tubers Of Dens-canis, Pagoda And Kondo.  plant Erythronium In The Autumn, In Humus-rich Soil In Shade, About 5-10cm/2-4in Deep.choose A Sheltered Site Out Of Strong Winds. Don't Allow The Tubers To Dry Out In Storage.12x Erythronium Pagoda Agmwith Glossy Mottled Foliage, And Up To 10 Large, Pale Lemon Flowers On Each Stem, The Upswept Petals Give The Plant Its Name. The Large Tubers Are Easy To Plant And Handle And It Is One Of The Easiest Erythroniums To Grow.erythronium Pagoda Was One Of The First Hybrids; It Was Discovered In The 19th Century And It Is Still A Great Garden Worthy Plant.this Erythronium Variety Has Won The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm) As An Excellent Garden Plant.6x Erythronium Dens-canis Agmthese European Native Plants Are Commonly Called Dog's Tooth Violets Because The Tubers Resemble A Canine Tooth. The Spurred Mauve-pink Flowers Appear In Spring On Slender Stems That Rise Above Large, Heavily Mottled Leaves.this Erythronium Variety Has Won The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm) As An Excellent Garden Plant. Erythronium Are Shade Loving Plants That Make Excellent Groundcover Under Trees Or Shrubs And In Shaded Woodland Borders. They Add Colour And Interest With Showy Leaves And Dainty Flowers.6x Erythronium Kondowith Up To 7 Flowers On Each Stem, The Pale Buttermilk Coloured Flowers Of This Hybrid Erythronium Are Tinged With Green. These Are Pretty Plants That Associate Well With Other Woodland Bulbs. Erythroniums Get Their Common Name Of Dogs Tooth Violets From The Curved Shape Of Their Tubers.