Armeniacum are hardy, easy to grow, and have long-lasting blooms--no garden should be without them. They are particularly spectacular when allowed to naturalize,
From fleshy leaves arise bell-shaped, purplish blue, sometimes almost black, flowers. Flower heads appear two-toned due to paler crowns, which are sterile flowers. They are good for naturalizing in gardens or lawns, for forcing or growing in container displays, and for rock gardens.
This is a very pretty grape hyacinth, with slender white flower spikes. Less vigorous (or invasive) than its more commonly grown cousins, it provides an altogether 'finer' profile. It is perfect for pots, alpine beds, woodland floors or filling gaps at the front of borders.
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.
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.
Sprays of lots of tiny, star-shaped gentian-blue flowers in February and March with slender, strap-shaped, mid-green leaves. These easy-to-grow bulbs are ideal for a sunny, well-drained rock garden or for naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. Plant in bold drifts 8cm (3in) deep in September for a very colourful early spring display.
This is a low-growing bulbous perennial with upright, strap-shaped leaves and with bright white star-shaped flowers in early spring. The Chionodoxa flowers face upwards
Tall purple-blue spires, star shaped flowers appear above strap like leaves in the late Spring and early Summer.They enjoy moist soils or partial shade as well as open sunny positions in the garden.
Buttercup like flowers will give carpets of bright yellow in late January and February surrounded by ruffs of fresh green leaves. Winter aconites originate from damp woodland and shady places in Eurasia so are perfect for naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. They are a welcome sight in late winter as they are one of the first things into flower...
Aestivum is a deciduous bulb growing up to 50 cm tall, with long, narrow leaves and up to 8 bell-shaped, green-tipped white flowers on a leafless stem in the spring.
Commonly known as Star of Bethlehem,THIS is a bulbous perennial that is native to the Mediterranean region. Narrow, grass-like, linear leaves (to 12") grow in a basal clump to 6-12" tall. Leaves begin to droop and fade as the flower stems (6-8") rise in late spring to early summer, each stem bearing 10-20 starry white flowers in an open cluster. The...
Dramatic flowers of intense purple-blue, enjoys most climates and soil conditions. Also referred to as Esculenta is perfect for planting in grass areas and under trees. They will multiply over the years and look superb in meadows and conversation areas. A moisture loving plant thrives in semi shaded conditions and the more shaded the area the longer...
By far the most popular of the snowdrops we sell,The snowdrop is usually the first flower to appear in a new year and brings with it the promise of spring.Each stalk produces one nodding flower head. with white outer petals and inner petals which are tinged with green.
Ikariae make themselves known in early January, you know it is nearly time for spring. These beautifully perfect, white, bell-shaped flowers best suited too semi shaded conditions to allow them to grow to their full potential.
These anemones have delightful bright daisy like blooms and they will add a splash of colour to your late winter garden.(It is advisable to soak these bulbs for 24 hours before planting)
Anemone St Brigid Mixed produces double flowers in a striking mix of colours on mid height plants ideal for planting in flower borders This anemone will flower around late spring which fills the gap between early bulbs finishing and summer bedding plants beginning to show colours. This variety will also make an ideal cut flower.
These anemones have delightful bright large daisy like blue flowers that have a bright yellow/gold centre with around 14 petals.and will add a splash of colour to your late winter garden. It is advisable to soak these bulbs for 24 hours before planting.
a delicate little plant often forming an elegant carpet in shady woodland in spring, accompanied by bluebells . It grows from a spreading mass of stolons, which produce finely-cut trifoliate leaves in spring. The white starry flowers, about an inch across and often tinged pink on the reverse, with a ring of yellow stamens surrounding a ball of green...
Few spring flowers can compare to the endless variety of shades produced by this vibrant mixture of single flowering Anemones. They are perfectly hardy and ideal for planning in pots, containers or at the front of a creative rockery display. Anemone De Caen Mixed are also ideal for planting enmasse where they will naturalise to give a larger display year...
Cyclamen Coum is one of the hardier species and one of the easiest to grow, with rounded leaves sometimes marbled with silver on the upper surface The flowers are 2cm in width, deep pink, with a purple blotch at the base of each lobe.
These lovely rosy pink flowers are borne on a marbled foliage and are at their peak in the autumn.If you leave them undisturbed it will increase there flowering potential.
Tall Dutch Iris Mixed produces, a mixture of flowers that will add that bright colourful area to any part of your garden. They are characterised by three downward hanging petals, and three upright petals, A popular choice for cottage gardens and window boxes, these irises will add a welcoming spring warmth easy to grow making them ideal for novice...