Potted Spring Bulb Collection
I have carefully chosen three varieties of my favourite Spring bulbs and I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Each of them are perennial so after the flowers have finished and the foliage starts to die back you can remove them from the pots you planted them into and put them in the ground, where over the years they will multiply and eventually you can lift them and divide them increasing your collection.
You may mix and match and select one of each or three of the same the choice is yours
The selection is:
Commonly known as Snake’s head fritillary
A beautiful spring perennial bulb, at its best right now, I plant mine under the shrubs in my shrubbery and alongside my Peony in the ornamental beds, every year they pop up like soldiers and make for perfect cutting stems too.
Armeniacum – Blue Magic
Commonly known as grape hyacinth, growing to about 20cm height, will naturalise over time and return year after year giving the late winter garden some much needed colour along with Narcissi and other spring bulbs
Armeniacum – White Magic
A beautiful white version of Blue Magic, the taller variety of Armeniacum too. Perfect for planters and around the edges of your flower beds so you can enjoy their spring display.
Commonly known as Snowflakes, a perennial spring bulb, producing stems up to 30-40cm with beautiful bell shaped white flowers, I love using these in vase arrangements and bunches especially spring weddings. Planted into the ground and left to naturalise they will multiply year after year