Bulbs

Scilla ramburei

$10.00

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.

Scilla tubergeniana

$8.00

Height to 15 cms. Showy, star-shaped, pale blue flowers August. Sun/light shade. Good drainage. Suits woodland in or around shrubs, wild or naturalised areas, rockery, edging, cottage gardens. Summer dormant.

Muscari 'Blue Spike'

$9.00

3 potted bulbs. Have flowered. Lovely double blue flowers in spring. Sun and good drainage. Autumn dormant.

Muscari 'Siberian Tiger'

$10.00

Award -winning cultivar. 3 large potted bulbs. Height 15 to 20 cms. Spring flowering with beautiful, fragrant, densely compacted bright white nodding flowers. Plant in a group. Sun or light shade. Good for cut flowers. Winter dormant.

Zephyranthes verecunda

$8.00

5 or more bulbs in pots- mixed sized bulbs, some are large. To 20 cms. Flowers white, tinged with pink that open up after rain in spring/summer. Often more than one flower per bulb. Suits sandy, drier soil, sun.

Haemanthus albiflos

$15.00

Known for its lovely leaves, long flowering season and red berries and is an excellent choice for shady spots in the garden or in pots. Dappled shade is best. Grows up to 25 cms when in flower. Leaves are usually smooth and shiny. Plant with the upper half of the bulb above the soil level. The compact flower heads are up to 5cm wide, consisting of numerous erect, narrow white flowers. The erect stamens protrude conspicuously beyond the tips of the flowers and the anthers turn yellow or orange when ripe. Protect from hard frost – not fully hardy.