Naturalising bulb collection - 220+110 Free bulbs

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    Buy a collection of 110 naturalising bulbs for £22.99 or buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another collection of 110 bulbs FREE

  • Position: partial shade / full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period:
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This collection of naturalising bulbs will give you colour right through from late January to April and May. All are suitable for brightening up partially shaded areas of the garden but will feel equally at home in full sun too.

    In each collection you will receive the following bulbs:

    15 x Galanthus nivalis
    It's hard not to love these wonderful bulbs for adding colour to the garden when little else is awake. The nodding white flowers have a small green marking on the inside of each tepal, are honey scented, and appear in late winter. They look particularly good planted in large drifts in grass where they will naturalise quite happily. Alternatively plant them up in clumps in the front of mixed borders, or into pots so they can be admired close up. Grows to 20cm tall.

    25 x Anemone blanda blue-flowered
    This is a wonderful plant that produces cheerful, daisy-like flowers in shades of blue and purple in March and April. These are perfect plants for naturalising in a mixed border around the base of deciduous shrubs, or adding spring colour to the edge of a woodland garden. For maximum impact, plant in bold drifts in September or October, and if happy, they should spread quite quickly. Grows to 15 cm tall.

    10 x Eranthis hyemalis
    Carpets of bright yellow, buttercup-like flowers in late January and February surrounded by ruffs of fresh green leaves. Winter aconites originate from damp woodland and shady places in Eurasia so are perfect for naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. They are a welcome sight in late winter as they are one of the first things into flower in the garden. Grows to 8cm tall.

    10 x Hyacinthoides non-scripta
    English bluebells are much loved for their stout spikes of bell-shaped, blue flowers in April and May. They are perfect for naturalising in a partly shaded woodland garden or underneath the canopy of deciduous trees. They quickly spread to form large clumps, so if you want to keep the numbers down in herbaceous or mixed borders, it's best to remove the faded flowerheads to prevent the plant from becoming invasive. Grows to 40 cm tall.

    50 x Muscari armeniacum
    Charming, cone-shaped spikes of tiny, mid-blue flowers appear in April and May above the grass-like, mid-green leaves. Grape hyacinths look gorgeous peeping out of a large container, planted with yellow, spring-flowering pansies. Quickly forming small colonies, they're also valuable for naturalising at the front of a sunny mixed or shrub border. Grows to 15 cm tall.

    Buy one collection of 110 naturalising bulbs for only £22.99. Alternatively, buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another 110 bulbs FREE - that's 330 bulbs in total for only £45.98, that's only 14p per flowering bulb.

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Very few bulbs emerged

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I bought two lots of this collection and a total of one snowdrop emerged and no eranthis at all. I can't comment on the bulbs that emerge and or flower later in the year but so far (late February) the quality has been terrible.

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