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This crocus is native to the mountains of Europe from the Pyrenees to the Alps. A very variable species Crocus vernus has been known in Britain since the Middle Ages, thriving in churchyards and monastic gardens, and is the parent of hundreds of cultivars. This is the rich blue form.

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Thriving well in an open, well drained spot, this gorgeous little crocus with violet pink flowers came originally from the plains below the White Mountains of Crete.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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This is a yellow form of the species from the Peloponnese and Anatolia, but intriguingly tinged with red along the edges of the petals and the yellow decorated with green veining. The funnel shaped flowers appear in early April, opening into a lovely star when the sun shines.

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The unique and exotic shape of this tulip, with its thin pointed yellow petals, heavily streaked with red, was a sensation when it arrived in Europe at the beginning of the 19th Century from the bazaars of Istanbul. Flowering in April, it is now considered a form of Tulipa agenensis from the mountains of the Middle East.

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This is an early flowering tulip which also made a big impression here two hundred years ago when it was introduced from Central Asia. Before it is fully open the flower appears like a ball of flame, the pointed rich red petals tipped with flaming yellow. Opening, it reveals its golden heart.

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This stands out amongst the Grape Hyacinths in having golden yellow flowers. Its home is limestone cliffs around the Aegean Sea, but like all Muscari is unfussy and easy to grow especially in a well-drained border.

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This relative of our own Windflower originates in the East Mediterranean, but can be equally at home here. It can be naturalised in areas under trees and shrubs and does very well in grass. It has blue, white and pink forms.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Known as the Spring Star Flower with six white to pale blue petals, Ipheion can form a gorgeous carpet of brightness in April. It comes originally from Argentina and Uruguay but like its northern cousins in the onion tribe, it is very unfussy but not as invasive as some Alliums can be sometimes.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Acis autumnalis This used to be under the name Leucojum autumnale, and has the same white bell shaped flowers of the other Snowflakes (see Native Bulb Section). The flowers appear, 4” -6” high, with slender grass like foliage in late summer and early autumn. A plant of the Mediterranean, it is easy to grow here in any well drained spot in grass or border.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Known as Golden Garlic, this is a cheerful sight in June, making clumps of star shaped golden flowers. Homer said Odysseus used this plant to avoid being turned into a pig by Circe, very useful tip when meeting a sorceress. Easy to establish in grass or under shrubs. The form we have known as Jeannine.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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