Woodland Garden Collection | 60 Flower Bulbs | Bluebell, Fritillaria, Daffodil & Chionodoxa Mix

Code: BU0736
Woodland Garden Collection | 60 Flower Bulbs | Bluebell, Fritillaria, Daffodil & Chionodoxa Mix

Effortlessly achieve a gorgeous woodland garden with this bulb collection

With each variety chosen for being a fitting feature in a woodland garden, this collection allows you to achieve a display of gorgeous naturalising flowers. Beginning with snowdrops, which are then followed by Daffodils, Fritillaria, and Chionodoxa, and then finished with bluebells in May, your garden will embrace a long-lasting woodland display, that can be left to flower for subsequent years.



Variety Information

Bulbs Included 10 x English Bluebell, 10 x Snowdrop, 10 x Fritillaria 'Snakeshead', 10 x Narcissus 'February Gold', 20 x Chionodoxa luciliae
Planting Period August to December
Flowering Period January to May (Collectively)
Sun Requirements Full sun or part shade
Planting Depth and Distance Fritillaria and bluebells: 8cm, 5cm. The daffodils can be planted slightly deeper, and the chinodoxa and snowdrops slightly shallower at 5cm.

Features

Top Size BulbsOur bulbs are sent directly from our trusted expert growers, who will only choose the best bulbs, ensuring that you get bumper blooms.
Long-Lasting Colour
Very Easy to Grow
Woodland Garden Theme
Naturalising Flowers
Ideal for Borders
Arrives in Secure Packaging

Planting Tip

Add organic fertiliser when planting for larger blooms come spring...
Optional Extras Selected items will be included with your purchase

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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