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Hymenocallis Festalis - Yellow (Pack of 3 Bulbs)
£7.50
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Hymenocallis Festalis - Yellow (Pack of 3 Bulbs) Popular Summer Flowers

Hymenocallis Festalis bulbs for sale

Also known as Sulphur Queen, The Spider Lily, The Peruvian Daffodil
Genus Hymenocallis, Amaryllidaceae Family
Colours Yellow
Aspect Full Sun/Partial Shade
Height 60cm / 25"
Planting period Spring
Flowering period June/July
Soil Type Well-drained, Sandy Soil, John Innes No.2 with added Grit
Hardiness Will need protecting in Winter
Shipping est Dispatched in 3-5 working days
Delivery time Spring delivery (Feb to June 2020)
Also suitable for containers Yes
Scented Yes - Gorgeous Scent!!
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Description of Hymenocallis Festalis - Yellow (Pack of 3 Bulbs) Popular Summer Flowers

Hymenocallis Festalis 'Sulphur Queen' - Yellow, is also known as the Peruvian Daffodil. An exotic look flower to brighten up your garden at the beginning of the Summer months, usually starts to show signs of growth in late Spring and into full bloom by June. Hymenocallis Festalis will do well in borders or a medium-sized pot. It will need a well-drained soil, perhaps using John Innes No.2 with added grit for best results.  Buy Sulphur Queen Bulbs | Hymenocallis Festalis Yellow Bulbs | Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

Planting and growing instructions: Buy Sulphur Queen Bulbs | Hymenocallis Festalis Yellow Bulbs | Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

  • Plant your Hymenocallis Festalis bulbs with their neck and shoulders above soil level.
  • Plant in a sunny position with well-drained soil, preferably sandy soil.
  • Water the Hymenocallis Festalis regularly. 
 

Plant care: Buy Sulphur Queen Bulbs | Hymenocallis Festalis Yellow Bulbs | Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

  • If planting in the garden, you may need to lift and store your bulbs over the colder months to protect from frost. Lift your bulbs (once the stem and foliage has died back naturally) and store in a cool, dry place like a greenhouse or garage. Place bulbs in a paper bag cardboard box for protection. The bulbs should be cleaned of any soil (you can brush off any excess soil).
  • If planting in pots, simply bring under cover until the risk of frost has passed. 

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Hymenocallis Festalis - White (Pack 3 Bulbs)

This question was asked by
- Paul Appleton

Hi, I'm relatively new to growing plant bulbs so could you please advise how to get the bulbs off to the best start. I have already planted them in plastic pots with a mixture of bulb compost and grit. Should I water them as well? And what is the ideally heat? Currently I have them in my summer house but this gets quite cold in the evening. Thanks for any advice you can give me! Paul

Hi there,
Your potted up Hymenocallis Festalis bulbs are fine to go outside now. If we have a frost now, it shouldn't be harsh enough to affect the Hymenocallis. Be sure to water your bulbs regularly.


Loraine Hart
Advice on Hymenocallis Festalis

This question was asked by
- C. Bulmer

Dear Sir/Madam, I bought quite a few Hymenocallis Festalis for this year. They look stunning. Ive had to move and replant a lot of my garden this last weekend, which has meant many have been dug up. Can you tell me am I best putting them back in the ground to die down naturally prior to cleaning them off for winter storage, or could I just let them dry off now in a shed and then move them in for the winter? Your advice is much appreciated, best wishes, Cate

Good afternoon,

It's fine to dry them off now and then bring them in over winter.

Best wishes


The Hart Family
Hymenocallis Festalis - Yellow (Pack of 3 Bulbs)

This question was asked by
- Tahera Nensi

Is it too late to plant these bulbs..?

No you can still plant these now and they will flower this year. They just will flower a little later than normal.


The Hart Family


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