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Special Offer Spring Collection (Pack of 84 Bulbs)
Special Offer Spring Collection (Pack of 84 Bulbs) Tete a tete Summer Drummer Allium Dog's tooth - Erythronium Pagoda Muscari Marleen Narcisuss Replete Fritillaria Rubra
This fanastic collection of some spring favourites will be sure to add that extra oomph to your spring garden! The classic combination of colours that these flowers make when planted alongside each other will really release the feel of spring! This collection will contain the following bulbs:
 
Muscari Marleen x 20 Bulbs - Height 10-20cm / 4-8"    
Tete a Tete Daffodil x 30 Bulbs - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
Allium Summer Drummer x 5 Bulbs - Height 180cm / 71"
Fritillaria Imperialis Rubra x 3 Bulbs - Height 90-100cm / 35-39"
Erythronium Pagoda x 6 - Height 20-25cm / 8-10"
Naricussus Replete x 20 - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
 
* Please note - we may need to substitute varieties due to crop availability. We will endeavour to provide a similar substitute where possible. 
 

Narcissus
 

  • Find a location with well-drained soil. Daffodils will not thrive in water-logged areas.
  • Daffodils like to receive full sun for most of the day.
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs with their pointed tops 10-15cm (4-6") below the soil surface with smaller bulbs placed more shallowly than larger ones. Space the bulbs 7-10cm (3-4") apart. Allow 4 to 5 bulbs per square foot.
  • If planting in Pots, find a large container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the Daffodils well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Daffodils will flower early Spring.

Muscari

  • Find a location with well-drained soil
  • Muscari Latifolium are shade lovers and grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
  • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Muscari Latifolium will flower in March.

Erythronium Pagoda

  • Find a location with humus-rich, freely draining soil that doesn't dry out.
  • Erythronium Pagoda grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
  • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Erythronium Pagoda will flower March to April.

Alliums

  • Plant Alliums in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
  • Choose a location to plant your Allium Bulbs, they like to be in full sunlight and well-drained soil.

Planting Alliums in the Garden

  • Once you have found the perfect spot in your garden to grow your Alliums, you need to dig holes in the flower bed that are three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
  • Plant the bulbs about 20-30cm (8-12") apart. For impact, plant in groups.
  • Alliums work well in rockeries and crowded gardens as they don't take up much space.
  • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
  • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
  • Water the bulb well once in situ.
  • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
  • Alliums will flower around May/June.
  • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

Planting Alliums in Pots 

  • Plant Alliums the same depth for pots as in the garden. Plant three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
  • For a garden with limited space, you may want to produce a fuller display of spring flowers by layering your bulbs like a lasagne. Simply plant your bulbs deeper to start with, with the largest or latest flowering bulbs further down, moving to the smallest and earliest flowering in the top layer. The shoots from the lower bulbs will find their way around the other bulbs. If you are planting the Alliums first, allow 10cm (4") of soil underneath the bulbs.
  • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
  • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
  • Water the bulb well once in situ.
  • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
  • Alliums will flower around May/June.
  • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

Fritillaria

  • Fritillaria Imperialis should be planted in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
  • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained, sandy soil, if necessary add sand, grit or gravel to be improve the condition of the area for planting.
  • Arrange the bulbs in an odd-number grouping.
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs about 25-30cm (10-12”) apart. Space the groupings at least 90cm (3ft) apart.
  • If planting in pots, plant 1 bulb in a 15-20cm (6-8”) pot using good-quality, multi-purpose compost, preferably adding sand to the hole to prevent the bulb from rotting.
  • Plant the bulbs quite deep with 15-20cm (6-8”) of soil above them.
  • It is best to plant the Crown Imperial bulb on its side, this prevents water collecting at the top of the bulb and causing it to rot.

Description

This fanastic collection of some spring favourites will be sure to add that extra oomph to your spring garden! The classic combination of colours that these flowers make when planted alongside each other will really release the feel of spring! This collection will contain the following bulbs:
 
Muscari Marleen x 20 Bulbs - Height 10-20cm / 4-8"    
Tete a Tete Daffodil x 30 Bulbs - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
Allium Summer Drummer x 5 Bulbs - Height 180cm / 71"
Fritillaria Imperialis Rubra x 3 Bulbs - Height 90-100cm / 35-39"
Erythronium Pagoda x 6 - Height 20-25cm / 8-10"
Naricussus Replete x 20 - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
 
* Please note - we may need to substitute varieties due to crop availability. We will endeavour to provide a similar substitute where possible. 
 

Additional Information

Delivery / Returns

Spring Flowering Bulbs are delivered in the Autumn

Delivery and P&P

Spring Flowering Bulbs are dispatched from September to November.
All orders should be dispatched within 3-5 working days during this time.
Postage cost to the UK is £4.99.
If you are ordering from outside the UK, postage costs will vary. See Delivery page.
When your order is due for dispatch, you will receive a tracking email from us to track your parcel with the Royal Mail.
Your parcel will be sent on a 48 hour tracked service.

Returns and Refunds

You have the right to cancel your order at any time before it is dispatched.
All returns must be returned at your cost within 7 days of receipt.
Payment for the returned goods will be refunded within 7 days of the goods being received by us, less the postage charges. 



Planting & Growing Instructions

Narcissus
 

  • Find a location with well-drained soil. Daffodils will not thrive in water-logged areas.
  • Daffodils like to receive full sun for most of the day.
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs with their pointed tops 10-15cm (4-6") below the soil surface with smaller bulbs placed more shallowly than larger ones. Space the bulbs 7-10cm (3-4") apart. Allow 4 to 5 bulbs per square foot.
  • If planting in Pots, find a large container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the Daffodils well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Daffodils will flower early Spring.

Muscari

  • Find a location with well-drained soil
  • Muscari Latifolium are shade lovers and grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
  • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Muscari Latifolium will flower in March.

Erythronium Pagoda

  • Find a location with humus-rich, freely draining soil that doesn't dry out.
  • Erythronium Pagoda grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
  • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
  • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
  • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
  • Erythronium Pagoda will flower March to April.

Alliums

  • Plant Alliums in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
  • Choose a location to plant your Allium Bulbs, they like to be in full sunlight and well-drained soil.

Planting Alliums in the Garden

  • Once you have found the perfect spot in your garden to grow your Alliums, you need to dig holes in the flower bed that are three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
  • Plant the bulbs about 20-30cm (8-12") apart. For impact, plant in groups.
  • Alliums work well in rockeries and crowded gardens as they don't take up much space.
  • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
  • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
  • Water the bulb well once in situ.
  • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
  • Alliums will flower around May/June.
  • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

Planting Alliums in Pots 

  • Plant Alliums the same depth for pots as in the garden. Plant three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
  • For a garden with limited space, you may want to produce a fuller display of spring flowers by layering your bulbs like a lasagne. Simply plant your bulbs deeper to start with, with the largest or latest flowering bulbs further down, moving to the smallest and earliest flowering in the top layer. The shoots from the lower bulbs will find their way around the other bulbs. If you are planting the Alliums first, allow 10cm (4") of soil underneath the bulbs.
  • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
  • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
  • Water the bulb well once in situ.
  • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
  • Alliums will flower around May/June.
  • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

Fritillaria

  • Fritillaria Imperialis should be planted in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
  • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained, sandy soil, if necessary add sand, grit or gravel to be improve the condition of the area for planting.
  • Arrange the bulbs in an odd-number grouping.
  • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs about 25-30cm (10-12”) apart. Space the groupings at least 90cm (3ft) apart.
  • If planting in pots, plant 1 bulb in a 15-20cm (6-8”) pot using good-quality, multi-purpose compost, preferably adding sand to the hole to prevent the bulb from rotting.
  • Plant the bulbs quite deep with 15-20cm (6-8”) of soil above them.
  • It is best to plant the Crown Imperial bulb on its side, this prevents water collecting at the top of the bulb and causing it to rot.

Care Instructions

Narcissus

  • After flowering has finished for the season leave the foliage in place; don't cut it off.
  • The leaves will gather sunlight, create food through photosynthesis and strengthen the bulbs for the future.
  • Water as needed during active growth periods.
  • By mid summer the leaves may yellow and die back.
  • Foliage may be removed at this point.

Muscari

  • After flowering has finished for the season leave the foliage in place; don't cut it off. The leaves will gather sunlight, create food through photosynthesis and strengthen the bulbs for the future.
  • Water as needed during active growth periods.

Erythronium Pagoda

  • After flowering has finished for the season leave the foliage in place; don't cut it off. The leaves will gather sunlight, create food through photosynthesis and strengthen the bulbs for the future.
  • Water as needed during active growth periods.
  • Can be left undisturbed for several years to naturalise.
  • Try to avoid planting under shrubs or trees that will soak up all the soil moisture in the Summer.

Alliums

  • Add a potash feed to enhance growth and strengthen the bulbs for flowering year after year.
  • Allow flower to die back and remove any dead foliage in early Summer.
  • Remove any dead stems that become detached from their bases.
  • Alliums are hardy and can therefore be left in the ground all year round.
  • Keep an eye out for any diseased foliage.
  • Seldom need support.

Fritillaria

  • Fritillaria Imperialis can tolerate very cold conditions but they do not like to get wet.
  • If planting in borders in the garden, the soil must be well drained and, preferably, sandy.
  • If planting in pots, make sure the Fritiallaria Imperialis are kept moist but do not get waterlogged.
  • If planting in pots, it may be an idea to tilt the pots on their side in the winter to prevent waterlog.
  • When the Fritiallaria Imperialis has finished flowering, cut any seed heads back and allow the foliage to die back naturally.
  • Fritiallaria Imperialis bulbs will multiply during the first or second year of planting. Ideally, the best time to lift and check your bulbs for dividing is during the months of August and September. Once, you have divided your bulbs, they will all need replanting.
  • Once the Fritiallaria Imperialis start to grow, keep a look out for Scarlet Lily Beetle. See FAQ on 'How do I get rid of Lily Beetle?'. Prevent the Scarlet Lily beetle from ruining your Fritillarias by using our Lily Beetle Prevention spray.
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Specification
Genus: Narcissus, Fritillaries, Alliums, Muscari, Erythroniums
Colours: Various Spring colours
Aspect: Full Sun / Partial Shade
Height: 20-100cm / 8-39"
Planting period: Autumn (Sept to Nov)
Soil Type: Well-drained Soil
Bulb Size: Top Size
Hardiness: Very Hardy - H6 (-20°C to -15°C)
Shipping est: 3-5 working days
Delivery time: Autumn delivery (Sept to Nov 2020)
Also suitable for containers: Yes
Scented: Yes - some
Double flowered: Yes
Border Position: Front/Middle/Back
New This Year: N
SKU SKU177131
  • Description
    This fanastic collection of some spring favourites will be sure to add that extra oomph to your spring garden! The classic combination of colours that these flowers make when planted alongside each other will really release the feel of spring! This collection will contain the following bulbs:
     
    Muscari Marleen x 20 Bulbs - Height 10-20cm / 4-8"    
    Tete a Tete Daffodil x 30 Bulbs - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
    Allium Summer Drummer x 5 Bulbs - Height 180cm / 71"
    Fritillaria Imperialis Rubra x 3 Bulbs - Height 90-100cm / 35-39"
    Erythronium Pagoda x 6 - Height 20-25cm / 8-10"
    Naricussus Replete x 20 - Height 15-20cm / 6-8"
     
    * Please note - we may need to substitute varieties due to crop availability. We will endeavour to provide a similar substitute where possible. 
     
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  • Planting & Growing Instructions

    Narcissus
     

    • Find a location with well-drained soil. Daffodils will not thrive in water-logged areas.
    • Daffodils like to receive full sun for most of the day.
    • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs with their pointed tops 10-15cm (4-6") below the soil surface with smaller bulbs placed more shallowly than larger ones. Space the bulbs 7-10cm (3-4") apart. Allow 4 to 5 bulbs per square foot.
    • If planting in Pots, find a large container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
    • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
    • After planting, water the Daffodils well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
    • Daffodils will flower early Spring.

    Muscari

    • Find a location with well-drained soil
    • Muscari Latifolium are shade lovers and grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
    • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
    • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
    • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
    • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
    • Muscari Latifolium will flower in March.

    Erythronium Pagoda

    • Find a location with humus-rich, freely draining soil that doesn't dry out.
    • Erythronium Pagoda grow well in full or partially-shaded areas. 
    • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs 6-8cm below the soil surface.
    • If planting in Pots, find a container and fill it with good-quality, well-drained soil. Ensure there is adequate draining holes.
    • Plant in the Autumn, September through November.
    • After planting, water the bulbs well, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the bulbs.
    • Erythronium Pagoda will flower March to April.

    Alliums

    • Plant Alliums in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
    • Choose a location to plant your Allium Bulbs, they like to be in full sunlight and well-drained soil.

    Planting Alliums in the Garden

    • Once you have found the perfect spot in your garden to grow your Alliums, you need to dig holes in the flower bed that are three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
    • Plant the bulbs about 20-30cm (8-12") apart. For impact, plant in groups.
    • Alliums work well in rockeries and crowded gardens as they don't take up much space.
    • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
    • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
    • Water the bulb well once in situ.
    • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
    • Alliums will flower around May/June.
    • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

    Planting Alliums in Pots 

    • Plant Alliums the same depth for pots as in the garden. Plant three times the diameter of the bulb. For example, if the bulb is 5cm (2") in size then it needs to be planted 15cm (6") deep.
    • For a garden with limited space, you may want to produce a fuller display of spring flowers by layering your bulbs like a lasagne. Simply plant your bulbs deeper to start with, with the largest or latest flowering bulbs further down, moving to the smallest and earliest flowering in the top layer. The shoots from the lower bulbs will find their way around the other bulbs. If you are planting the Alliums first, allow 10cm (4") of soil underneath the bulbs.
    • Add horticultural grit to heavy soil to improve water drainage. 
    • The Allium bulbs need to be planted pointy end up.
    • Water the bulb well once in situ.
    • To help the soil drain well it is also beneficial to spread mulch, wood chips and organic matter over the entire planting area.
    • Alliums will flower around May/June.
    • Cut the Alliums back at the end of their blooming season. They will then continue to grow in your garden year on year with very little maintenance.

    Fritillaria

    • Fritillaria Imperialis should be planted in the Autumn for Spring flowering.
    • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained, sandy soil, if necessary add sand, grit or gravel to be improve the condition of the area for planting.
    • Arrange the bulbs in an odd-number grouping.
    • If planting in the garden, plant the bulbs about 25-30cm (10-12”) apart. Space the groupings at least 90cm (3ft) apart.
    • If planting in pots, plant 1 bulb in a 15-20cm (6-8”) pot using good-quality, multi-purpose compost, preferably adding sand to the hole to prevent the bulb from rotting.
    • Plant the bulbs quite deep with 15-20cm (6-8”) of soil above them.
    • It is best to plant the Crown Imperial bulb on its side, this prevents water collecting at the top of the bulb and causing it to rot.
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