49 Flower Bulbs | Warm Colours and Bee Friendly Collection | Daffodil, Tulip & Fritillaria Mix
Decorate your garden with stunning tulips, daffodils, and fritillaria throughout springtime
Carefully put together, this bespoke collection includes mix of colourful tulips, daffodils, and fritillaria, that can be grown in both sun and shade. The tall height of the Fritillaria variety will stand out amongst the smaller tulips, while the daffodils can be planted in rows to adorn the front of a border. This collection can also be used for containers, making it perfect for patio gardens.
|Bulbs Included||10 x Narcissus tazetta 'Martinette, 10 x Tulip 'Apeldoorn's Elite', 10 x Tulip 'Daydream', 1 x Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra', 10 x Tulip 'Pink Impression', 8 x Tulipa 'Sunlover'||Planting Period||August to December|
|Flowering Period||March to May|
|Sun Requirements||Full sun or part shade|
|Planting Depth and Distance||Tulips: 15cm, 10cm. Daffodils: 10cm, 10cm. Fritillaria: 20cm, 10cm.|
Our bulbs are harvested at the perfect time to ensure they are of the best quality and size. With careful handling and special packaging, your bulbs will safely arrive in perfect condition.
How to Plant your Bulbs: Before planting, cultivate soils to a depth of 15cm (if possible). It is best to plant in well-drained soil, however, if you have heavier soil, add some grit or well-rotted humus matter. For sandy soils, supplement with organic matter to boost fertility. Try to protect early growth in the spring from slugs and snails, and deadhead regularly.
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Our bulbs are harvested at the perfect time to ensure they are of the best quality and size. With careful handling and specialised packaging, your bulbs will arrive at your home in perfect condition. All you need to do is follow their unique planting instructions, and await a beautiful display come spring.
|Deciduous Or Evergreen||Deciduous|
|Flower Colour||Orange, Red, Yellow|
|Flowering Month||March, April, May|
|Needs Ericaceous Compost?||No|