A beautiful collection of naturalising bulbs for months of exquisite flowers from late winter to mid-spring. And because they naturaise easily wherever you plant them, you can be sure of bigger and better displays as they return in increasing numbers each year.
Bringing a succession of brilliant colours to your garden from February to late April, they are perfect for planting in beds and borders, rock or gravel gardens, or for scattering in drifts through grass or wooded areas, each variety brimming with its own character. They are equally good when planted in pots and containers.
Plant these hardy perennials in a sunny or lightly shaded position in rich, well-drained soil.
Miniature Narcissi Tête-à-Tête x 15 bulbs (size 8/10) – A superb miniature daffodil with bright yellow blooms from February to April. This sweetly scented dwarf variety holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit, is ideal for pots and the front of beds and borders, and makes a fabulous cut flower. Grows to 20cm.
Anemone Blanda x 15 bulbs (size 4/5) – A member of the buttercup family, the vibrant daisy-like flowers appear in early spring, creating a carpet of colour through March and April. With flowers up to 3-4cm wide, their long, pretty petals and golden-yellow stamens are stunningly contrasted against distinctive dark green leaves.
Blooming in shades of violet-blue, pink, and white, it is easy to see why this variety holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Grows to 10cm.
Chionodoxa x 15 bulbs (size 4/5) – Otherwise known as 'Glory of the Snow', this delightful starlike flower is a great choice for waking up your garden in early spring. With petals of the clearest gentian blue, snowy white centres and bright yellow stamens, these pretty little gems will brighten up shady spots and look simply stunning as they form an ever-increasing carpet of colour. Equally happy in full sun or part shade, they flower through March and April. Grows to 10cm.
Muscari x 15 bulbs – The striking, two-tone blue, cone-shaped flowers of this grape hyacinth create a stunning show in early spring. Free-flowering, vigorous and easy to grow, Muscari are best planted in naturalistic groups in borders or pots, or under trees to create a beautiful woodland feel, giving wonderful displays through March and April. Grows to 15cm.
Supplied as a pack of 60 bulbs, 15 each of 4 varieties, various bulb sizes, ready for planting.
Note: we reserve the right to substitute one or two components to an equal number and value should insufficient stocks be available all season.
Supplied as a pack of 60 bulbs of 4 different varieties, various bulb sizes, ready for planting.
Miniature Narcissi Tête-à-Tête x 15 bulbs (size 8/10)
Anemone Blanda x 15 bulbs (size 4/5)
Chionodoxa x 15 bulbs (size 4/5)
Muscari x 15 bulbs (size 6/7)
Each variety grows to various heights up to a maximum of 20cm.
Harmful if eaten/skin irritant.