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Fritillaria Crown Imperials

Fritillaria lutea

Fritillaria Imperialis commonly known as crown imperials. A spectacular plant for any garden large or small. The flower stems are strong, growing to a height of 100 cm, the flowers are interesting not only do they hold a tuft of green foliage on top of the bright blooms, Inside each individual flower you will see a suspended pool of nectar that looks like miniature magnifying glass.

Flowers April, May.
Tops size large bulbs supplied, size 24 up
Hand Packed in strong paper bags, no plastic packaging used.

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Fritillaria Aurora. (crown imperial) Fully to frost hardy, perennial. These magnificent plants need a site that is well-drained with half sun and half shade, they can cope with full sun but the flowers last longer with partial shade. Drainage is quite important; the bulbs are made up of fleshy scales which can be prone to rotting if sitting in water.   As long as the drainage is right these bulbs are very easy to grow, and will put on a magnificent display, growing to a height of 100 cm during the months of April and May.   Crown imperials have been in European gardens as early as 1665. The big bulbs have a strong smell; folklore has it that a garden where Crown Imperials are planted will never be bothered by rodents, including moles.

Bulb Size 24+ (top size)

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Fritillaria Early Passion. (crown imperial) Fully to frost hardy, perennial. These magnificent plants need a site that is well-drained with half sun and half shade, they can cope with full sun but the flowers last longer with partial shade. Drainage is quite important; the bulbs are made up of fleshy scales which can be prone to rotting if sitting in water.   As long as the drainage is right these bulbs are very easy to grow, and will put on a magnificent display, growing to a height of 100 cm during the months of April and May.   Crown imperials have been in European gardens as early as 1665. The big bulbs have a strong smell; folklore has it that a garden where Crown Imperials are planted will never be bothered by rodents, including moles.

Bulb Size 24+ (top size)

 

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Fritillaria Lutea. (crown imperial) Fully to frost hardy, perennial. These magnificent plants need a site that is well-drained with half sun and half shade, they can cope with full sun but the flowers last longer with partial shade. Drainage is quite important; the bulbs are made up of fleshy scales which can be prone to rotting if sitting in water.   As long as the drainage is right these bulbs are very easy to grow, and will put on a magnificent display, growing to a height of 100 cm during the months of April and May.   Crown imperials have been in European gardens as early as 1665. The big bulbs have a strong smell; folklore has it that a garden where Crown Imperials are planted will never be bothered by rodents, including moles.

Bulb Size 24+ (top size)

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Fritillaria Rubra. (crown imperial) Fully to frost hardy, perennial. These magnificent plants need a site that is well-drained with half sun and half shade, they can cope with full sun but the flowers last longer with partial shade. Drainage is quite important; the bulbs are made up of fleshy scales which can be prone to rotting if sitting in water. As long as the drainage is right these bulbs are very easy to grow, and will put on a magnificent display, growing to a height of 100 cm during the months of April and May. Crown imperials have been in European gardens as early as 1665. The big bulbs have a strong smell; folklore has it that a garden where Crown Imperials are planted will never be bothered by rodents, including moles.

Bulb Size 24+ (top size)

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