This well loved plant is native to Britain where it is found locally in woods. Sending up oval leaves and richly fragrant, nodding white flowers in May, it is popular with both gardeners and bees. Growing in a variety of situations where they're happy, they can be fickle, so try them in different places to give them a choice. Plant 1" deep laid horizontally.

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This is a European species with magenta flowers in June. It has been grown in gardens in Britain for centuries but populations are also found on roadside and field margins in many parts of the country. This is not the weaker plant that has gone under the name Gladiolus byzantinus (which is now thought to be Gladiolus italicus). Best in drier sunny places.

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This dainty form of Lily of the Valley, with its soft pink flowers has been known to gardeners for centuries.

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This close relative of Lily of the Valley enjoys the same growing conditions. The rhizome produces long stems (2-3ft), which bend gracefully at the top, with the leaves all on one side, and the white waxy flowers dangling in little clusters below. It gained its curious name from the belief that the leaf scars on the rhizome resembled Hebrew characters.

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So called for its vanilla scented flowers borne singly or in pairs. This species is lower growing (maximum 12) inhabiting woods and rocky places. It is scattered over mainland Europe, England and Wales.

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This reliable squill flowers early in spring, and will grow almost anywhere provided the bulbs do not get too hot and dry in the summer. The flowers are deep blue and bell-shaped, with five on a flowering stem. A most attractive sight planted in drifts.

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The white form of the Siberian squill, and an equally good naturaliser, these look especially good mixed in sparingly with the blue ones.

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Alpine Squill. Flowering in early spring, this is good for naturalising under shrubs, or among perennials like Hellebores. Only 10cm (4) high, each bulb produces two leaves and a spike of vivid starry blue-violet flowers.

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Also known as Turkish Squill. Originally coming from the cool shores of the Black Sea, this squill naturalises extremely well here, enjoying most woodland conditions and some moisture. Of a similar size to our bluebell, it spreads in the same way to provide a carpet of blue but a month earlier. Although a most useful and attractive plant it is currently ignored by most bulb producers.

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Pyrenean Squill. From woods and damp places on the slope of the Pyrenees this has large scaly lily like bulbs. Planted in open woodland its wide shiny foliage emerges as the snowdrops flower, before presenting its squill flowers in late April.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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