Other Flower Bulbs & Tubers
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.
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This woodland member of the buttercup family will swiftly multiply to form a glowing carpet of golden yellow flowers each spring. The cup shaped blooms of the winter aconite attract pollinating insects to your spring garden, and associate beautifully with snowdrops and bluebells for a spectacular woodland display. Easy to establish and virtually maintenance free, Eranthis hyemalis are ideal for planting in the dappled shade of deciduous trees, or naturalised in informal areas of grass. Height: 8cm (3"). Spread: 5cm (2"). Bulb size: 3/4.
Winter aconite bulbs are ideal for autumn planting. For spring planting choose winter aconites bulbs in the green. Only cultivated stock used.
How to grow bulbs, corms and tubers
Muscari armeniacum 'Saffier'
This unusual grape hyacinth bulb has tricked nature in order to give us the longest possible flowering window. The florets on this cultivated form of a wildflower favourite never fully open, keeping the upright showy flower spikes in peak condition for over a month - try them in vases for a long lasting indoor display. The green tinged blooms of Muscari 'Saffier'age to a lovely inky blue. Muscari are easy to grow - simply plant in autumn and forget about them! They colonise well too, creating natural drifts over time - the perfect spring carpeting under trees and shrubs. 'Saffier' can also be used as an unusual spring cut flower! Height and spread: 20cm (8"). Bulb size: 08/09