Easy to grow and care for, bulbs can be used to bring spring colour in to your flower beds, brighten up shady areas and help to naturalise your lawn, as well as creating colourful containers. Our range include snowdrops, bluebells, Grape hyacinth, daffodils ,Tulips, Crocus and anemones.
All our bulbs are supplied from our 5 arce nursery based in barnstaple.
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Bulbs can be used in flower beds to provide the bridge to full summer colour, to naturalise a boaring lawn. add colour to shade areas, bring spring colour to patio and hard landscape areas.Read more
Spring flowing bulbs in containers, pots and window boxes provide instant impact at the start of spring.
By combining two, three or more bulbs that flower at different times can lengthen the period of time you have
colour for. Planting in layer's can also generate longer lasting displays.
A delight of spring are Drifts of daffodils, snowdrops and crocus. they are simple to create and will
last for many years. The only drawback of growing bulbs in grass is that you cannot cut the grass for six weeks
after the bulbs have flowered (chop off the foliage earlier and next year's flowering will be adversely affected).
This can be overcome by choosing early-flowering varieties,
or creating a mixed area with summer flowering plants and wild flowers.
not all bulbs will grow well in shade: most daffodils and narcissi are likely to emerge spindly and blind – not producing any flowers at all.
But choose a smaller flowering bulb that does not need so much light or moisture as others, and you are onto a winner.
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Anemone bulbs (also called wildflowers) create an interesting, vibrant impact in the garden.
They look like an unusual, delicate oriental flower, but can withstand all weathers, as they are very resilient
and durable. They return year after year to give your garden that beautiful
burst of colour in the spring that is much needed.
Crocus are part of the iris family, and are a perennial bulb. They come back every year, and bring with them blooms in a variety of colour. These bulbs are ideal for some colour in the winter and can also naturalize over time. We supply large grade, high quality bulbs, in a wide variety for you to choose from. Variety include:-
Fritillaries are a stunning addition to your garden, whether that be in a container or flower bed, as they bring a splash of colour to your garden. These bulbs thrive and grow fantastically in a partly shaded to full sun position. Variety include:-
Snowdrops (Galanthus) are one of the first signs of spring. They normally are found growing under hedges or short grass, as they thrive best with some shade. You can also plant them in containers of flower beds for some impact. Variety include:-
Bluebell great to naturalise lawns and in combinations in pots/containers. The Alba is a white bluebell Variety include:-
Leucojum are also known as 'snowflakes', and are often confused with snowdrops as they have similar
white bell-shaped flowers. Leucojum will thrive in a variety of positions, from full sun to partial shade,
making them an easy plant to grow. They can have a high impact in your garden when they are grouped together
in a small cluster of four or five.
Muscari is a completely hardy bulb, that will come up year after year. They will produce
spikes of dense, most commonly blue, urn-shaped flowers, resembling bunches of grapes in the
spring that produce a lovely fragrance.
|Anemone blanda||BLUE SHADES||Shades of blue flowers 4cm wide, with 9-14 strap-shaped petals, open from early to late spring Sun to light shade in humus rich soil Ht 15cm March/April|
|Fritillaria||MELEAGRIS (snakes head)||Nodding (snakes head) flowers from plum to white Happy on damp heavy soil in shade Good for naturalising Ht 15cm March - April|
|SnowDrop||NIVALIS||Common SNOWDROP Single fragrant white flowers 2.5cm in length, the inner segments marked with green at the tip Ht 15cm Feb/March|
|Bluebell||ENGLISH BLUEBELL||ENGLISH BLUEBELL light shade in humus rich soil.|
|Grape hyacinth||LATIFOLIUM AGM||M. latifolium is a deciduous bulbous perennial to 20cm, with a single leaf to each bulb, with dense racemes of deep blue-black flowers in spring, topped by a grown of pale violet sterile flowers|
|DAFFODILS||TETE TETE||RHS AGM variety Very reliable popular variety multi headed golden yellow trumpets Ht 30 cm in March/April|
|DAFFODILS||GRAND SOLEIL D'OR||Produces 10 to 20 bright-yellow flowers with orange centers on stems 12 to 14 inches tall, and exudes a marvelously sweet fragrance. Well-drained soil in full sun|
|DAFFODILS||JACK SNIPE||RHS AGM bred in Cornwall Compact scented bi colour cream petals yellow trumpet Ht 20cm Flowers in March/April|
|DAFFODILS||MORE AND MORE||Tiny bright yellow, highly scented flowers, borne on strong stiff stems each of which are often topped with 3 or more flowers, one bulb can produce 5 stems. spreads quickly Ht12 cm in April|
|Leucojum aestivum||GRAVETYE GIANT||Superior form of summer snowflake Bulbous perennials with narrowly strap-shaped leaves and umbels of bell-shaped white, flowers, each tepal often tipped with green Sun to part shade Ht 50-60 cm Flowers in April - May|
|Crocus Chrysanthus||Snow Bunting||Snow bunting has fragrant white flowers which are geenish yellow in the throat, with orange stigmas. They like a sunny position, and will grow to 10cm in height. Flowers in March|
|Tulip||Black parrot||Black parrot has large flared heads with feathered edges. The flowers are a rich velvety marron-black colour. They will grow to 50cm, and flower from April/May|
|Snowdrop||ELWESII||Giant Snowdrop RHS AGM Broad, glaucous leaves and nodding, solitary white flowers in late winter, the outer segments to 2.5cm in length, inner ones flared at tip, with both basal and apical green marks that sometimes merge into one Ht 30cm Jan to March|
|Snowdrop||NIVALIS WHITE CLOUD||Single fragrant white flowers 2.5cm in length, the inner segments marked with green at the tip LARGER ROBUST FLOWERS USUALY 2 PER STEM Ht 15cm Feb/March|
|Snowdrop||S.ARNOTT||Giant Snowdrop RHS AGM Tall, thick petalled, very white, scented (when it is warm) and vigorous to increase (although it never sets seed) Ht 20cm March|
|Snowdrop||WORONOWII||Strap-like bright green leaves and nodding white flowers in early spring, with green markingson the inner segments Ht 15cm Feb to March|
|Bluebell||ALBA||Hyacinthoides non scripta alba is a RARE white flowered form of the "English Bluebell"|
|Bluebell||BAKKUMS BLUE||Very dark blue form of the "English Bluebell"|
|Muscari a.||PEPPERMINT||Pale blue flower that is slightly darker at the base with a creamy top Highly recommended variety April 10-20cm|
|Muscari armeniacum||BABYS BREATH||NEW The flowers that are blue, deeper blue at the top with a spcey scent. Strong stems good cut flower sun to part shade April 20cm|
|Muscari a.||GRAPE ICE||NEW Burgundy purple flowers with a white top sun to semi shade April 20cm|
|Narcissi||PIPPIT||A lovely Jonquilla daffodil bearing two or three lemon-yellow flowers per stem, the cups quickly fadingto creamy-white. Sweetly fragrant Ht 45cm Flowers in April|
|Narcissi||SAILBOAT||NEW Multi headed narcissi with white outer petals & light yellow trumpet Ht 25cm Flowers in March/April|
|Crocus Tommasinianus||Crocus ruby giant||Ruby Giant has reddish-purple flowers, in spring, that open to show a bright orange stigma. They like a sunny position, and will grow up to 10cm in height. Flowers from February|
|Tulip||BLUE HERON||Flowers are two tones, with violet-purple petals and a dainty crystal fringed edge. They will grow to 65cm in height, and flowers from May|
Daffodils are the highlight of spring. They look great in any garden either planted in containers, in borders,
or under trees and shrubs. Whilst traditionally thought of as a yellow flowering bulb,
we have many unusual varieties that come in colors of white or pink.
Tulips Tulips are one of the most popular bulbs. They provide brilliant shapes, colours and heights, that can bring depth to
your garden. Tulips can be used in beds and boarders, but are also ideal for containers. Tulips like to be in
well-drained soil and in a sunny position. Tulips can also make an impact in your garden when planted in larger
groups and blocks. Try and pick varieties that complement each other in colour when planting close together.
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