Known as Jacinth in Elizabethan times, this is the native British bluebell with nodding slender, fragrant flowers, unlike the scentless Spanish bluebell, or the rampant hybrids between the two which are also scentless. Familiar and found in many of our woodlands, it is easy to naturalise in open or shady ground. Grown from our pure Welsh stock it flowers in May, reaching its glorious peak in the middle of the month.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Every year we harvest our own bluebell seed and offer it to wholesale suppliers. Now we have decided to offer this stock to our retail customers as well. Given time and patience you can now have the chance to furnish a bluebell wood with less expense! It will take 4-6 years to grow a flowering size bulb. We harvest in July and despatch August to October. Approx 100 seeds per gram.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The main daffodil species of Britain, the one that impressed Wordsworth and known as the Lent Lily. A short plant of 20-30cm (8-12) with pale petals and deep yellow corona, it is found in damp woods and grassland, where it naturalises readily. Flowering in March as this Welsh name implies.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The other native daffodil and now considered a sub-species of N.pseudonarcissus, this is excellent for naturalising. Found locally and uniquely near Tenby in Dyfed, it is an attractive little golden daffodil and emblem of Wales. Easy to grow and undemanding it reaches only 20-30cm (8-12) and flowers in March.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Native to Wales and the West, this snowdrop has naturalised in most parts of Britain. It is found in damp woods and can be grown in most soils and grass. It is one of the earliest of flowers, Jan.-March, height 15-20cm (6-8). Despatched freshly lifted Aug. - Oct. so that bulbs are not allowed to dry out. This gives as good, if not better, results as transplanting 'in the green' in spring.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

For bulbs ‘in the green’ please follow this link: 'bulbs in the green'

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This naturally occurring double form of our native snowdrop is just as easy to grow often flowering a little earlier than the singles. Again despatched freshly lifted.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

For bulbs ‘in the green’ please follow this link: 'bulbs in the green'

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This is the fascinating native fritillary, with red-purple to cream flowers, chequered dark and light. It occurs naturally in damp meadows in Southern England, but is now rare in the wild. Planted in soil that does not dry out, and in full sun, it flowers in April. Plant at least 10cm (4) deep to avoid depredations by mice, but planting under turf is a good way to avoid the rodents as well.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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As with the white bluebell this pure white flowered form is frequent in wild populations, and has been selected for cultivation. The slender form of a white Snakeshead in a moist corner of a lawn is a delightful sight in April.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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A white star like flower April to May following early foliage. Wild in grassy places from Northern Europe to the Holy Land where the bulbs were used as food by pilgrims, and known as Dogs Onions until the more wholesome name arrived in the 15th Century; this is native in Britain only in Eastern England. It naturalises well in open sites in most soils and is especially suited to growing through grass.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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The other Ornithogalum native in Britain and found particularly in woods near Bath. Its tall flowering spikes have been eaten for centuries as an asparagus like delicacy. It flowers in June some time after its grey green foliage dies back.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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