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Fritillaria 'Spring Bells'Fritillary

Hardy Bulb

What is Hardy Bulb?
Plant that grows from an underground storage organ.
Generally supplied in a dormant condition with no top growth.
Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.

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Perfect planted in drifts throughout borders, rock gardens and planters

Easy to grow bell-shaped flowers

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Height Up to 30cm (11.8in)
Spread Up to 8cm (3.1in)

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Description
Easy to grow, the captivating bell-shaped flowers of this fritillary mixture are a choice bulb for spring displays. An exclusive blend, Fritillaria 'Spring Bells' look charming planted in drifts throughout borders, raised beds, rock gardens and containers. From greens through to purples and whites, these Fritillaria flowers are guaranteed to attract attention in your garden with their elegant springtime display. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 8cm (3").

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20 fritillaria bulbs (46012)
40 fritillaria bulbs (KB6686)

How to Grow
Fritillaria thrives in reliably moist, well drained soil that is rich in organic matter. Add plenty of well rotted manure or garden compost to the soil prior to planting to improve less than ideal soils. Plant fritillary bulbs at a depth of 10cm (4") and 10cm (4") apart in a sunny or partly shaded position. Fritillary bulbs are fragile so always handle them with care. Planting them on their sides will help to avoid water collecting in their hollow crowns and prevent the bulbs from rotting. For natural looking drifts of fritillary flowers, gently cast the bulbs across the planting area and plant them where they land!
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When growing fritillaries, it is essential to allow their foliage to die back naturally as this will feed the bulb for the following year. Where bulbs are naturalised in grass, avoid mowing the area until their foliage has died back.
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