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  • Japanese Onions (qty 50)

    A high yielding, medium early variety, producing good quality globe shaped bulbs. Good tolerance of botrytis and downy mildew.

  • Miscellaneous (B) Allium Oreophilum

    Allium Oreophilum is a low-growing bulbous perennial with strap-shaped leaves. In late spring or early summer, it bears clusters of dainty rose-pink flowers.

  • Miscellaneous (B) Allium Sphaerocephalum

    Small, egg-shaped, claret-coloured flowerheads appear like drumsticks on tall, slender stems above strap-like, mid-green leaves in mid- to late summer. Planted en masse in a border in full sun, these diminutive claret flowers look great emerging from a screen of foliage, or against a backdrop of ornamental grasses. They gently fade as summer comes to a close.

  • Miscellaneous (B) Anemones Blanda

    Delightful, daisy-like flowers from March to April and delicate fern-like foliage. These charming wood anemones are perfect for naturalising in a mixed border around the base of deciduous shrubs. For maximum impact plant in bold drifts 5-8cm (2-3in) deep in well-drained, humus-rich soil in September or October.

  • Miscellaneous (B) Chionodoxa Luciliaea

    Sprays of tiny, star-shaped gentian-blue flowers in February and March and slender, strap-shaped, mid-green leaves. These versatile and easy-to-grow bulbs are ideal for a sunny, well-drained rock garden or for naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. Plant in bold drifts 8cm (3in) deep in September for a spectacular early spring display.

  • Miscellaneous (B) Scilla Siberica

    Dainty spikes of up to five nodding, bell-shaped, violet-blue flowers in March and April and slender, strap-shaped, glossy, mid-green leaves. Siberian squills are perfect for naturalising in areas of semi- shade underneath deciduous shrubs. To achieve a naturalistic display scatter bulbs in bold drifts on the ground, planting them where they fall. They originate from the area around the Black Sea so they are extremely robust.

  • Miscellaneous (C) Allium Molly

    Allium Molly is a clump-forming, bulbous perennial with grey-green strap-shaped leaves and umbels of golden yellow, star-shaped flowers on wiry stems in early summer.

  • Miscellaneous (C) Allium Neapolitanum

    Open clusters of pure white flowers appear in late spring or early summer, creating a soft, lacy effect. The flowers last for ages after being cut and the bees will find them very attractive, so try to plant them in large numbers. In smaller gardens, they look great in pots where they can sit on a sunny patio.

  • Miscellaneous (C) Anemones St. Brigid

    With double blossoms sporting bunches of petals like favourite dahlias, Saint Brigid is an exuberant perennial addition to your flower garden. Plant en masse to enjoy a confetti mix of colours that are clear and vibrant. Excellent, long lasting additions to bouquets - these are favoured by florists everywhere.

  • Miscellaneous (C) Ixiolirion Tartaricum

    Bulbs of Middle Eastern origin, loving hot summers and best planted in a sheltered border, or against a warm wall in cold areas. Looks great together spot planted with grey-leaved plants Artemisia or lavender.

  • Miscellaneous (C) Muscari Blue Spike

    'Blue Spike' is a small clump-forming bulbous perennial. It has linear basal leaves and in spring, bears spikes of fragrant, densly-packed, bell-shaped, blue flowers with white tips.

  • Muscari Armeniacum

    Grape Hyacinth. A bulbous perennial with strap-like green leaves and pretty bell-shaped. densely bunched. double blue flowers. Height 20cm. Spread 5cm. Flowers from April to May. Herbaceous. Hardy.

  • Muscari Blue Spike (single)

    Grape Hyacinth. 'Blue Spike' - loosely formed double. flax blue. sterile flowers; large and long lasting 6''-8''. 9/10cm.

  • Muscari Plumosum

    Hardy, perennial. Double flowering. They thrive best in full sun with well-drained soil. They are easy to grow with long lasting blooms during March and April, being a low growing plant they are perfect in rockeries, pots and containers. They are spectacular when allowed to naturalize under trees or along walkways. The colours are very eye catching and look their best when planted in single colours.

  • Narcissi (rockery A) Canaliculatus

    Dwarf / Rockery daffodil flowering in late spring bearing lemon and white flowers. Height 15cm.

  • Narcissi (rockery A) February Gold

    A pretty early spring flowering bulb with clear yellow petals and a deeper yellow frilled trumpet. Height 30cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery A) Hawera

    Daffodil. A pretty multi-headed. late spring flowering bulb with canary yellow petals and short trumpets. Height 15-20cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery A) Minnow

    A pretty mid-spring flowering bulb with soft yellow petals and a slightly deeper yellow cup. Bears one to three flowers per stem. Height 15-20cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery A) Tete a Tete

    Daffodil. A pretty early spring flowering bulb with deep golden yellow petals and a deeper yellow cup. Bears one to three flowers per stem. Height 15cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery b) Jack Snipe

    Generally speaking, daffodils perform best in full sun and well-drained soil, in areas where there is a fair amount of rainfall in the fall and spring and where the summer is relatively dry. However, cyclamineus-type daffodils seem to tolerate at least partial shade and more moisture than others do. Narcissus

  • Narcissi (rockery b) Jetfire

    A pretty early to mid-spring flowering bulb with golden yellow perianth segments and long bright orange trumpets. Height 20cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery b) Rip van Winkle

    A pretty early spring flowering bulb with double. greenish yellow flowers. Height 15cm. Flower colour Yellow. Green. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery b) Thalia

    A pretty mid-spring flowering bulb with milky white petals and trumpet. Height 35cm. Flower colour White. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery b) W.P.Milner

    W. P. Milner is an old-fashioned daffodil with a creamy coloured trumpet and twisty petals and nodding heads; very similar to 'Silver Bells'. Height 20cm. Flowers early-mid season.

  • Narcissi (rockery c) Cragford

    A beautiful, white, orange-centred, multi-headed, deliciously scented narcissi which makes a fabulous and long-lasting pot plant and cut flower.

  • Narcissi (rockery c) Dickcissel

    Flowers late spring. producing flowers with primrose yellow petals and a white cup. Height 25-35cm.

  • Narcissi (rockery c) Martinette

    Three to five very fragrant flowers per stem from mid April. Ht 30cm.

  • Narcissi (rockery c) Pueblo

    A sweetly fragrance during April/May. Height 30cm.

  • Narcissi (rockery c) Sweetness

    A pretty mid-spring flowering bulb with soft yellow petals and a yellow cup. Bears one intensely fragrant flower per stem. Height 35cm. Flower colour Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery D) Itzim

    A pretty mid-spring flowering bulb with soft yellow petals and a golden yellow cup. Bears one flower per stem. Height 35cm. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery D) Jenny

    A pretty early and mid-spring flowering bulb with creamy white strongly reflexed petals and clear lemon-yellow trumpets fading to cream. Height 30cm. Flower colour Cream. Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery D) Pipit

    Daffodil flowering in late spring bearing yellow / lemon flowers. The cups fade to cream. Height 25cm.

  • Narcissi (rockery D) Sundisc

    A pretty dwarf flowering bulb with a perfectly circular yellow petals fading to cream and a slightly deeper yellow cup. Height 18cm. Flower colour Yellow. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi (rockery D) Topolino

    A pretty early-spring flowering bulb with milky white petals and yellow trumpet. Height 20cm. Flower colour White. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

  • Narcissi Edna Earl

    This fragrant, Poeticus look-alike has large flowers with overlapping, white petals and a sunny orange-yellow cup with a frilled, red rim.

  • Narcissi Jenny

    Daffodil. A pretty early and mid-spring flowering bulb with creamy white strongly reflexed petals and clear lemon-yellow trumpets fading to cream. Height 30cm. Flower colour Cream. Yellow. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

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