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Wildflower Bulbs

New for 2017 our wide range of UK grown wildflower bulbs are now available to pre-order. Pre-ordered bulbs are dispatched following the autumn harvest, which is usually in early September (however can vary by species).

£12.00 (£10.00 ex VAT)
Easily grown from bulbs, Bluebells are ideal to add into woodlands and gardens to create swathes of blue in the Spring. Our stocks have been carefully selected and lifted under license. Bulb Size: 6/+cm Height: 30-40cm Flowers: April - June More

£12.00 (£10.00 ex VAT)
Galanthus nivalis has been awarded the Award of Garden Merit for outstanding excellence by the Royal Horticultural Society. Also known as the 'common snowdrop' these bulbs are very widespread and will produce a clump of small beautiful white flower heads. Bulb Size:  4/5cm Height:  10/20cm Flowers:... More

£17.00 (£14.17 ex VAT)
Star of Bethlehem Bulbs 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. Bulb Size:  5/+cm Height: 15cm Flowers:  May-June More

£12.00 (£10.00 ex VAT)
Wild Garlic (or Ramsons) often spread to form large clumps. They 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. Bulb Size: S1 Height:  60cm Flowers:  April/June More

£14.00 (£11.67 ex VAT)
Eranthus hyemalis produce bright yellow flowers in the depths of winter followed by attractive green foliage. It is one of the earliest flowering garden flowers. Bulb Size: 4/+cm Height:  10cm Flowers:  January/February More

£48.00 (£40.00 ex VAT)
Anemone nemorosa just overlap 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 leaf. Bulb Size: S1 Height:  20cm Flowers:  February/April More