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Free Bulbs to go with your Order.

Please choose any two items from the list below.  All free bulbs that are supplied are of great quality and top size.

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Anemone Blanda, mixed colours. Hardy.  Perennial.   Thrives in sun or light shade.   These Anemones are the first to flower, flowering time February through to April.   Produces beautiful shades of  blue and white flowers that can be grown in front borders, containers, grassland or woodland.   The nice thing about anemones is that they are perfect for cut flowers and are often used in florist for flower arranging.

Bulb Size 5+ Top Size.

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Narcissus Canaliculatus. Fully hardy.  Perennial.  Thrives in sun or light shade, with well-drained soil. Canaliculatus is multi-headed, producing sweetly scented, tiny dainty little flowers during the month of April.  Narcissus are a marvel to have in any garden. With the varieties on offer, you can have narcissus in flower from early February right the way through to May.  Perfect for naturalising around trees, under shrubs, in the grass, they can also be grown in front borders, rockeries and containers.

Bulb Size 10/12

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Allium Sphaerocephalon, also known as drumsticks. Robust, Frost Hardy, clump forming perennial. Thrives best in half to full sun, with well drained soil. Purple drumstick like flowers are borne on stems 60cm tall. Perfect for front borders. rockeries and containers. Very easy to grow. best grown in clumps to produce a good impact.
Bulb Size 6+ (top Size)

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Chionodoxa Forbesii.  Hardy, Clump forming. Perennial.  Needs well-drained soil in sun or light shade. These bulbs are becoming increasingly popular for spring flowering. The dainty blue starry shaped blooms appear during early March, and last for about 3-4 weeks.  They only grow to a height of 15-20 cm, which makes them perfect for naturalising in rockeries, or in the grassland as you would with crocus, snowdrops, bluebells and Daffodils.  The bulbs naturally increase each year, you can divide the clumps in May and replant.

Bulb Size 5+ Top Size

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Fritillaria Uva vulpis. Frost hardy.  Perennial. Needs well-drained soil, but does need soil that doesn’t dry out.   A sunny position is needed, and can be naturalised in the grass, borders or the rockery.   Beautiful purple bells hang down on slender stems at a height of 25-30 cm during the months of April and May.

Top size bulbs Size 6/7

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Crocus Ruby Giant. Clump forming.  Perennial. Thrives in full sun or light shade with well-drained soil.  These are the earlier flowering crocus which start to bloom in early February through to March.  The flowers are smaller than the Large flowering Dutch crocus and are also slightly scented. They can be used for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, rockeries, beds and borders, and containers.  Other bulbs that flower around the same time are snowdrops. eranthis (winter aconites), Cyclamen coum, Dwarf Iris and the Narcissus February Gold.
Bulb Size 5/7

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Puschkinia Libanotica. Fully hardy, perennial. Any well-drained soil will do, thrives in sun or light shade. These plants are perfect for rockeries, front borders and containers. Clusters of small fragrant starry bells bloom in early spring. Flowers are milky white with a pale blue stripe on each petal. At maturity the slender stems are hardly eight inches high and the foliage is never obstructive. Native Habitat:- Lebanon.
Bulbs Size 6+

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Sparaxis Tricolor.  Half hardy.  Perennial.  A sunny, warm site is needed, with well-drained soil.  Bears spikes of bright flowers on wiry stems. Best to be planted in groups of 15-20 to achieve a showy effect.  They grow to a height of 25 cm during the months of June and July. Perfect for front borders, containers and pots.

Bulb Size 5+ (top Size)

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Erythronium Pagoda (dogtooth-violet). Fully to frost-hardy.  Clump forming.  Perennial.  These plants need partial shade, where the soil is free draining.  The flowers are rather striking with their reflexed petals sweeping back like puppy-dogs ears in the wind.  Commonly known as dog-tooth violets is due to the oblong shape of the bulb resembling that of a dog’s tooth.

Bulb Size – top size

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