Wild Flower Bulbs (autumn planting)
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We supply a range of native wildflower bulbs which are planted in late autumn and flower in the spring.
Bulbs can be great way to extend the season so that something is in flower earlier in the season. They are best planted into existing meadows or grass.
We supply only the English Bluebells which are grown from UK Native Wild Bluebell Seed in the UK . Also native Daffodils as well as Wild garlic( ramsons) , Snakeshead Fritilary and Wood Anemone
To get details on planting wild flower bulbs look at our notes contained in the advice section below.
WE ARE NOW SOLD OUT OF BLUEBELLS FOR THIS SEASON. WE WILL BE ABLE TO OFFER MORE IN SPRING 2019
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Also know as the lent lily it is one of the best Daffodils for naturalising. The flowers have yellow trumpets with paler petals.
Wood anemone are perennials that will grow from underground rhizomes. They do best in well drained shady sites.
Snakeshead Fritillary bulbs are perennials which grow best in moist meadows.
Snow white flowers on long stalks. Woodland flower does have an onion like smell.
Nodding Star of Bethlehem is a sun lover. It is generally tough and accommodating and perfect for naturalising in drier, lighter soils and in light grass. Low growing and useful for carpeting a sunny bank with white in April with its grey green leaves flat to the soil.
One of the first spring flowers to appear. Likes rich soil in short grass.