Showy yellow flowers over many months. Height to 30 cms. Sun. Ground cover. Tolerates droughts. Great for rockery or over edging.
A dwarf, showy species related to Scilla verna but far more vigorous with about 25 attractive 1cm flowers, each with a single bract, crowded into a spike above the narrow, inconspicuous leaves. Most well-drained garden soils which are suitable for bulbs and grows well here outside in a sunny raised bed. Winter dormant.
Ground cover with pretty golden orange flowers - long flowering. Sun. Clump forming.
(Rock Rose). To 20 cms. Evergreen, glossy dark green leaves. Alpine or rock plant. Suitable for over edging. Sun and well drained soil. Saucer shaped red flowers late spring to summer. Trim back for repeat flowering later in the season.
Height to 30 cms. Low growing ground cover with showy creamy lemon flowers from spring onwards. Long flowering. Sun. Suits rockery or border edging.