Fritillaria

 Fritillaria Bulbs

The name Fritillaria comes from the Latin fritillus meaning dice-box, possibly referring to the chequered pattern on the flowers although this derivation has been disputed.The name meleagris means ‘spotted like a guineafowl’The common name "snake's head" probably refers to the somewhat snakelike appearance of the nodding flower heads on their ...

 Fritillaria Bulbs

The name Fritillaria comes from the Latin fritillus meaning dice-box, possibly referring to the chequered pattern on the flowers although this derivation has been disputed.The name meleagris means ‘spotted like a guineafowl’The common name "snake's head" probably refers to the somewhat snakelike appearance of the nodding flower heads on their long stems.Although a popular garden plant it is now rare in the wild, although there are some notable sites where it is still found,

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    £ 12.90 OUT OF SEASON -- Available again from mid to late August.

     Meleagris has alternate, sharply pointed, grey-green, linear leaves, 6-13cm (2.5-5in) long.The flowers, are produced in spring, usually solitary but sometimes they are paired, are pendant, square-shouldered bell shaped, up to 4.5cm (1.75in) long and white, purple or pinkish-purple with characteristic checked markings.

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    OUT OF SEASON -- Available again from mid to late August.
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    £ 12.90 OUT OF SEASON -- Available again from mid to late August.

     Uva Vulpis is a bulbous perennial with grassy leaves and dark-mahogany nodding, bell-shaped flowers that are tipped with yellow,they appear  in mid to late spring.

    £ 12.90
    OUT OF SEASON -- Available again from mid to late August.
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