Buy wildflower bulbs in the green from Landlife Wildflowers, the wildflower experts. Establish bluebells, snowdrops, anemone, wild daffodils and many more this spring with our professional quality bulbs. Wildflower bulbs in the green are available to order from December to February and provide some of the earliest spring blooms.
Wildflower bulbs in the green can be at different growth stages depending on when they are ordered and lifted. For more guidance see our bulbs in the green information. Choose our autumn planted wildflower bulbs for bulbs to plant from September to December.
Anemone nemorosa overlaps with the flowering period of bluebells and look stunning when planted together. Their star-like white flowers can be seen carpeting woodland floors before the trees burst into leaves.
Easily grown from bulbs, bluebells are ideal to add into woodlands and gardens to create swathes of beautiful blue, sweet-scented flowers in the spring. Our stocks have been carefully selected and lifted under license to ensure we supply only the finest quality, native British bluebells.
Our Wildflower Favourites bulbs 'in the green' collection combines our most treasured British wildflower species. These early-flowering species are sure to bring much-needed colour into your garden from as early as January.
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Galanthus nivalis (flore pleno) is a naturally forming double variety of our native snowdrops, producing attractive flowers from January to March.
Eranthis hyemalis produces bright yellow flowers in January and February, followed by attractive green foliage. Often seen flowering alongside snowdrops, these bulbs can be planted immediately upon receipt for blooms in a matter of weeks.
Superior quality snowdrops 'in the green' from a select group of trusted growers.
Also known as the 'common snowdrop' and seen across grassland and woodland right across the UK, these bulbs will produce clumps of small, white teardrop flower heads.
Native woodland wildflower bulbs 'in the green', now all available in one great value collection. Bring your garden to life this spring with these beautiful British wildflowers.
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The 'Tenby Daffodil' is the main daffodil species native to Britain. Narcissi obvallaris usually flower around March and are particularly suited to growing on rocky ground, grassland and woodlands, where shade is common.
The wild daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) is a more delicate and graceful plant than its cultivated counterparts, also known as the 'Lent Lily'. With pale petals around a golden trumpet, the grey-green leaves of the wild daffodil are also distinctive.
The purple, nodding, tulip-shaped bells of Snake's Head Fritillary are perfect for any wildflower garden or woodland edge. Once widespread throughout the UK, this species has become less common in recent years making it an even more delightful addition to your planting scheme.
Wild garlic 'Ramsons' often spread to form large clumps and are usually found in damp woods or hedges where its garlicky aroma will fill the air. The leaves are edible and have a surprisingly mild flavour.
Galanthus elwesii are giant-flowering snowdrops with honey-scented blooms, that will flower in the first year. Larger than their counterparts these are a real beauty to behold.
Tulipa sylvestris, flowering in April, has rich yellow blooms and a sweet scent. They are the only relative of the common garden tulip found wild in Britain.
Grape hyacinth bulbs have spikes of blackish-blue flowers. They prefer open, well-drained soils and have long-lasting blooms.
Cyclamen hederifolium is pink with red eyes and silver spot leaves.
Summer Snowflake, or Loddon Lily (from the River Loddon in Berkshire), is the taller member of this varied family. The bright green leaves create a stunning contrast to the large, pure white flowers that appear in late spring. The petals have green spots on the tips.
Star of Bethlehem is a perennial bulbous flowering plant of the family Hyacinthaceae. The plant produces groups of 6-20 white flowers, that have a green stripe on the outside.
A vivid mixture of colours, these large-flowering mixed crocus species prefer to be planted in full sun. Bringing a welcome addition of early-flowering blooms of yellows, purples and violets, these are a garden must-have.
Nodding Star of Bethlehem is a pretty perennial bulbous flowering plant. Thrives in grasslands and flowers mid to late spring, blossoms into white star-shaped flowers with vivid green leaves.
Spring flowering white, bell-shaped flowers of about 5-10mm diameter, lily of the valley are renowned for their unique sweet scent and are well suited to damp woodlands.
These are supplied as 'pips' which are shooting bulbs with a good root system
Galanthus ikariae snowdrops are small fragile flowers that are white in colour.
The ideal collection for adding a burst of spring-flowering blooms into your garden. A great value selection of 'in the green' bulbs, including the following species:
Making bulb planting easier, quicker and cleaner, our bulb planter is the ideal tool for helping you plant your native spring-flowering bulbs.