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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.
Lily of the Valley (Pink)
Convallaria majalis var. roseaSought after and highly prized! Each delicate arching stem carries a flurry of rose pink, bell shaped blooms with a powerful, timeless fragrance. Set against of a carpet of lush green foliage, the exquisite blooms of Convallaria majalis make a wonderful cut flower for scented, springtime posies. Once established, lily of the valley requires little maintenance and makes superb groundcover for woodland gardens and shady, damp areas. Height: 23cm (9”). Spread: 30cm (12”).
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Windowsill OrchidThis exotic-looking little orchid makes a lovely pot plant for a cool windowsill indoors. But don’t be fooled by its small stature and good looks - it’s perfectly hardy, so you can grow it outdoors in sheltered borders too. The pink blooms of Pleione formosana appear on short stems of just 15cm (6") tall, and create a fabulous show from April to May, that will return year after year. These super little bulbs are surprisingly easy to grow - the perfect choice of orchid for the beginner grower. Height: 15cm (6"). Spread: 30cm (12"). Bulb size 8/9. More info
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