To 90 cms. One of the best blue varieties with nearly rounded and cupped leaves with an abrupt tip. The glaucous-blue foliage has an interesting puckered effect. Near white flowers in summer. Part to full shade. Tolerant of wet soil. Winter dormant.
(Dog's Tooth Violet). To 30 cms in height. Large yellow flowers in spring. Moist, well-drained soil. Partial shade best. Suits woodland conditions. Winter dormant.
Height to 40 cms. Popular variety. Brilliant yellow leaves accented by bright red petioles, in spring. Leaves become gently rippled with some corrugation at maturity. Best with morning sun and dappled shade later in the day. Lavender flowers in summer. Winter dormant.
5 large bulbs. Will be sent as loose bulbs. Height to 10 cms. Distinctly different from the goblet-shaped forms, the flowers open almost flat, with broad, pointed petals, which are pinkish-lilac heavily chequered in darker purple tones. Narrow, wavy-edged leaves appear after flowering. This bulb increases well in composted soil, in an open, sunny site. Winter dormant.
To 40 cms. Lovely variety with sprays of pure white flowers. Once established, great groundcover for dry shade. Suits moist soil also.