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In this category you'll find many different types of flower bulbs and tubers - orchids, lily of the valley, English bluebells, snowdrops and many other well-known varieties and some not-so-common ones too.
Giant Grape Hyacinth, MuscariThis unusual hardy bulb looks just like a Grape Hyacinth - but twice the size! Robust, upright stems carry fat cones of tiny bell shaped flowers throughout spring, above clumps of fresh green, strap like foliage. Bellevalia 'Mixed' makes an arresting sight planted at the front of cottage garden borders, dotted throughout rockeries or in spring patio containers. Giant Grape Hyacinths are low maintenance and make unusual cut flowers too. Height: 30cm (5"). Spread: 12cm (2"). Bulb size 6+. More info
Black Persian Lily, FritillaryBring something really unusual to the spring garden with this exotic-looking hardy bulb. Despite a delicate appearance, Fritillaria persica is one of the easier, more weather tolerant Fritillaries that can be grown in the garden, and certainly one of the most elegant and unusual! Sometimes called the Black Persian Lily, this hardy spring flowering bulb produces 90cm (3') spikes of black bells, up to 20 per stem! Blue lance-like foliage tops off the unusual look of this stunning specimen. A must-have for the spring border. Height: 90cm (36"). Spread: 25cm (10"). Bulb size: 6/6 More info
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