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Plant: March onwards
Growing: Plant in full sun or light shade, 10cm deep and at least 10cm apart from March onwards
Height: 100cm (39”)
Pack of 5 bulbs
Planting depth: 5cm
Flowering height: 100cm
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Plant: February onwards
Growing: Plant in sun / partial shade, protected from strong winds. Avoid dry hot situations. Plant 15cm deep, 30cm apart
Height: 70-100cm (27-39”)
This Lily Purple Eye produces a spectacular deep pink flower with a deep purple centre to make a bold statement in your garden. It is a fabulous bi-colour lily that looks amazing in pots and containers and it also makes for a great cut flower.
Flowering period: Jun-Jul
Lilies like well-drained, moisture retentive soil with plenty of organic material. They like sun or partial shade and protection from strong winds. Lilies develop roots along the stem and need 8-10cm of soil above the bulb to develop properly. Keep evenly moist.
Feed and water oriental lily bulbs regularly throughout the growing season, keeping them moist at all times. Deadhead faded blooms at the base of the flower where they join the stem to prevent the development of seed pods. When cutting for indoor arrangements, it is important to leave a third of the stem intact in order to feed the bulb for the following year.
Quantity: 2 Bulbs
Real eye-catchers! Gladioli Frizzled Fusion adds a myriad of colours to your garden borders, pots and containers. These fabulous flowers are aptly named due to their unusual, lacey edges and are really colourful blooms alternating up tall stems. They are ideal for offering a linear structure to the back of your garden and make wonderful cut flower arrangements.
Type: Half hardy
Flowering period: Jul-Sep
Height: 110 cm
Plant outdoors 10cm apart and 10cm deep from March onwards, after all risk of frost has passed, in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. Plant in groups at 14-day intervals to extend their flowering season; use a light soil mixed with compost.
In autumn, allow the foliage to die back naturally before lifting the corms and cleaning them of soil and any remaining stems. Dry them in a well ventilated position for 2 weeks before storing them in a frost-free location for the winter.
Quantity: 30 bulbs
A wonderful mix of blue, white and lilac colours, Triteleia Ocean Fusion are long lasting, early summer, starry flowers. Perfect for beds, borders and cottage gardens, they will brighten your garden and feature up to 25 flowers per stem. Sparkling little flowers that are pretty and undemanding, they also make lovely cut flowers.
Flowering period: June onwards
Height: 20 cm
Plant outdoors 10cm apart after all risk of frost has passed has passed, in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds.
After blooming has finished for the season leave the sparse foliage in place; don't cut it off. Watering probably won't be required as these plants can comfortably handle late season drought. Your triteleia will rest for a few months before beginning the next growing cycle next spring.
Quantity: 20 Bulbs
Plants represent a good and inexpensive way of resurrecting a tired outdoor area, you might be thinking of making changes ahead of upcoming warmer seasons and plants are an excellent route to take in terms of brightening up the garden. Bee friendly, too.
Flowering height – 130cm Bulb size – 10cm Planting depth – 10cm Planting distance – 10cm Planting time – March onwards.
Great for rejuvenating your garden in time for warmer seasons, this is a tall flower and a more than adequate centre piece for a border.
Flowering height – 50cm Bulb size – 12 / 14cm Planting depth - Plant so that the neck of the bulb is just protruding Planting distance – 10cm Planting time – March onwards.
Dahlia Ball Fusion produces a stunning mix of pink and purple in your garden. They can add a dramatic presence to the back of any flower bed and a fabulous splash of colour to your borders that lasts all summer long. They also make wonderful cut flowers.
Type: Half hardy
Flowering period: July onwards
Height: 90 cm
Plant Dahlia tubers outdoors in April after all risk of frost has passed has passed, in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds.Plant at a depth of 15cm and water well. Alternatively, start tubers into growth in pots of compost in a frost-free greenhouse and plant out in June.
Feed and water dahlias regularly throughout the growing season. While plants are still young, pinch out the growing tip of each stem to encourage bushier growth and masses of flowers. Deadhead faded dahlia flowers to encourage more blooms to be produced.
Quantity: 4 Tubers
Ideal for locating in a hanging basket or as a glorious centre piece within a bright floral show, these long-lasting flowers are great for brightening up an outdoor environment.
Flowering height – 18cm Planting depth – Plant on the surface Planting distance – 5cm Planting time – April onwards.
Flowers are a great – not to mention inexpensive – way of breathing new life into a garden and these Braveheart Dahlia’s have the capability to blossom all summer long. Bee friendly as well.
Flowering height – 25cm Planting depth – 15cm Planting distance – 30cm Planting time – March onwards.
Beautiful to look at and wonderfully fragrant, Lily Chill Out adds an oriental touch to your outdoors. It is a fabulous lily producing large white flowers with a yellow stripe down the centre of each petal that looks stunning wherever you place it and is fabulous for pots and containers. It also makes for a great cut flower.
Flowering period: Jul
Plants are a good, inexpensive way of brightening up your outdoor area and this longiflorum will blossom from spring onwards. An ideal selection if you’re looking to change your garden in time for the warmer seasons.
Flowering height – 60cm Bulb size – 14 / 16cm Planting depth – 15cm Planting distance – 15cm Planting time – February onwards.
Flowering period: Jun-Aug
Plant 40cm apart when all risk of frost has passed in moist, fertile, well drained soil in sun or semi shade. Feed and water these plants regularly until they are fully established.
Each spring, apply a mulch of well rotted manure around the crown of each. Lift and divide clumps of heuchera plants every 3 years in autumn to maintain vigorous, healthy growth.
Quantity: 1 Crown
Add a spectacular mix of colours to your garden with this Summer Bulb Collection! It comprises Crocosmia Lucifer, Canna Lucifer, Dahlia Sylvia and Gladioli Africa and is sure to brighten up your summer. York. Great border or bedding plants, they are also ideal for containers and make a great cut flower arrangement.
Type: Hardy Perennial
Flowering period: All summer long
Crocosmia Lucifer: tall, arching spikes of funnel-shaped, vivid, flame-red blossoms with green sword-shaped leaves
Canna Lucifer: tall, attractive red flowers with yellow edges and green leaves
Dahlia Sylvia: beautifully formed ball dahlia with flowers of warm mid-orange colours
Gladioli Africa: tall, striking orange-red flowers make a graceful addition to borders
Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.
Quantity: Mixed pack of 20 bulbs
Perfect for your flower beds or containers, this Dahlia Darkarin produces stunning claret coloured blooms with unusual dusky pink tips. An exotic looking flower, it adds a dramatic presence to the back of your flower borders and makes a fabulous cut flower.
Type: Half hardy
Flowering period: Jul-Sep
Height: 80 cm
Plant outdoors from March onwards, after all risk of frost has passed, in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.
Feed and water dahlias regularly throughout the growing season. While plants are still young, pinch out the growing tip of each stem to encourage bushier growth and masses of flowers. As dahlias develop, the taller varieties will require staking with garden canes to support their stems. Deadhead faded dahlia flowers to encourage more blooms to be produced.
Quantity: 2 Tubers
A plant that hits its blossoming boom in the summer, the Honorine Jobert would look idyllic located in and around a busy and bustling floral collection. Flowers are a good and inexpensive way of brightening up an outdoor environment just in time for the warmer seasons of the year.
Flowering height – 120cm Planting depth – Plant at soil level Planting distance – 40cm Planting time – March onwards.
Illuminating with shades of pink and white, the Pleione Formosana would look magnificent located on a windowsill or kitchen table and makes a touching gift for someone.
Flowering height – 15cm Planting depth – 5cm Planting distance – 10cm Planting time – indoor growing.