Miniature Tulips and Daffodil Bulbs

This question was asked by
Kay S

Hello I have been recommended to you and I wondered if you could help I am looking for minature tulips and minature daffodils to plant for next spring thank you.

Hi Kay

Yes we have some ready for ordering that will be dispatched Sept/Oct time. The tulips will need planting after the first frosts – usually by November.
We have some mixed packs or individual varieties, here’s a few for your perusal:

Mixed Miniature Tulip Collection (SKU176754)

Miniature Narcissus Collection (SKU176221)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Elka’ (harts1150131)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Jetfire’ (harts1138)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Little Emma’ (harts113812)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Minnow’ (harts1137)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Rip Van Winkle’ (harts1139)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Tete-a-Tete’ (SKU1762214)

Miniature Narcissus ‘Toto’ (harts1150132)

Tulip ‘Concerto’ (harts11401)

Tulip ‘Stresa’ (SKU1762111)

Tulip ‘Giuseppe Verdi’ (harts11411)

Tulip ‘Heart’s Delight’ (harts11402)

Tulip ‘The First’ (SKU1783012)

Tulip ‘Ice Cream’ (harts1078)

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An order

This question was asked by
Philip G

I bought some lilies from you on 15/3/21 for £12.49. But I can’t remember what their name was, as I want to order some more. Can you help. Thanks. .

Hi Philip

It looks like you order Casa Blanca from us. A stunning white oriental lily.

Lily ‘Casa Blanca’ (harts1091)

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Roselily Annouska

This question was asked by
Christine S

I’ve had my Anouska in a container for two years. Should I repot, take the bulbs out completely and over winter?
Any advice please.
Many thanks and what stunners they are.

Hi Christine

If you have noticed there are lots of splindly stems shooting through then yes, you can lift the bulbs (once everything has completely died back) and break off the baby bulblets and repot them all giving them a tomato feed when you start to see new signs of growth in the spring. You can keep them in the pot over winter.

Roselily ‘Anouska’ (SKU17779)

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Calla Lilies

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I am looking for information on Calla Lilies , must be for uk, and supply, Books,
the complete guide,Seeds bulbs, Feeds Compost, We see you have a nice slection.


Hi Michael

These will be available to purchase online soon and every order comes with planting instructions.

Calla Lily – Zantedeschia

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Dahlia availability

This question was asked by
Solvey B –

Hi, when will dahlias be available please?

Hi there

We will be adding them back in stock for pre-ordering for spring delivery very soon.

You can request to be notified by email by clicking on your favourite dahlias and hitting the button ‘Notify me when back in stock’.



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How do look after lilies after flowering

This question was asked by
Jill H –

Had a fabulous show of Sabor and Amstad lilies that I ordered last November. What do I do now they have finsihed flowering? How far back do I cut them? Thanks

Hi Jill

Just cut off the lily flower heads and let the foliage and stem die back completely. When it has all turned yellow and hollow, it can be removed to the ground.

Leave the bulbs in their pot over winter and give them a fresh top up of compost. Protect them from getting waterlogged by tipping the pot on its side. Other than that – they are fine to be left outside over winter.


Sabor LiliesAmistad Lily

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Nerine Bowdenii Stock

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When do you expect to have Nerine Bowdenii in stock again please?
Many thanks

Hello there,

These will be back in stock to pre-order in the next month or so for delivery in the Spring. Please click on the ‘Notify Me’ box to be emailed when they are available to order.

Nerine Bowdenii (SKU17666)

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Hyacinth Gipsy Queen

This question was asked by
John L

Can you plant them in the borders or containers and just leave them without having to dig them up?

Hi there,

Not really, Hyacinths need protecting from the frosts.


Caring for Hyacinth outdoors in the garden
Blooms should be removed as soon as they shows signs of brown.
Leave the foliage to die back natural.
Bulbs can be lifted as soon as the foliage has died back and stored in a cool, dry place.

Caring for Hyacinths outdoors in containers
Wrap containers with bubble wrap to protect from frost.
Once the flowers have faded, retuned the container to a sheltered spot in the garden.
Bulbs can be lifted as soon as the foliage has died back and stored in a cool, dry place.

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