Groups of this Snowdrop are an attractive sight, with wide shiny fresh green foliage making a pleasing contrast with the narrow bluish green leaves of our Snowdrop G.nivalis. The foliage then continues to provide good ground cover after the flowers finish in March. Coming from areas of high rainfall on the East Black Sea coast, it is ideal for growing in our UK gardens.

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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 grows in the woods and mountains of Sothern Europe from the Alps to Spain where we found it on limestone rocks near Cazorla Star shaped blue flowers forming 6” spikes. Formerly Scilla italica but the presence of two bracts rather than one seems to have helped shift it into being more closely related to our Bluebell but it otherwise appears and behaves much more like a squill.

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Despite the ancestor coming from the mountains of the Middle East, H. orientalis cultivars are well adapted to life in our British gardens, enjoying a moist soil and a good cold dormancy. With 12”spikes of soft blue bell like flowers in March attracting the first emerging bees with their fragrance, this Hyacinth persists year after year in our garden.

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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.

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Although oddly called the English Iris, this actually originated in the Pyrenees. It flowers in late June with wide falls in shades of bluey-purple and white. These bulbous irises establish well in meadow condition.

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The green and purple flowers of this Iris relative appear in April, the plant growing to about 25cm. Also mysteriously called the Widow Iris it is an intriguing feature on a grassy bank or under a shrub. Originally from the Mediterranean it has also been known in gardens here for centuries, and has naturalised in parts of the South West.

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This Grape Hyacinth is native from the Balkans to the Caucasus, and is particularly easy to grow in well-drained soils here. It bears a spike of small, densely packed fragrant flowers, each with a white rim.

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