Category Archives: Woodland and Native Bulbs

Trillium Cuneatum ‘sweet Betsy’ – Toad Lily Bulbs

Trillium Cuneatum Bulbs, Which Are Also Known As (little) Sweet Betsy, Produce A Flowering Perennial Which Springs To Life In Early March To Mid April. This Wildflower Has Dramatic Mottled Foliage Topped In Spring With Deep Maroon Flowers And Prefers To Grow In Rich Soils, In Particular Limestone.commonly Known As Toad Lily Or Wake Robin,

Anemone Coronaria Bordeaux – Anemone Bulbs

The New, Spring- Flowering Anemone Coronaria ‘bordeaux’ Bulbs Develop To Have Rich And Velvety Cup-shaped Blooms Held Above Finely Cut Foliage. This Anemone Bulb Grows To Have A Dramatic Colour Scheme, And The Plants Contrast Perfectly With Spring Flowering Bulbs And Other Woodland Plants.the Foliage Dies Back In Summer And Reappears Every Spring To Give

Chionodoxa Forbesii – Glory Of The Snow Bulbs

Chionodoxa Bulbs Are Commonly Known As Glory Of The Snow, Chionodoxa Forbesii’s Starry Flowers And Strap-like Leaves Emerge In Early Spring. They Are Perfect For Brightening Up Bare Soil In Shady Borders; Blooming Well In The Dappled Shade Under Shrubs And Deciduous Trees. Chionodoxa Bulbs Will Also Succeed In Hot Sunny Sites Such As Rockeries,