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Discover the most beautiful spring and autumn flower bulbs in this handy category. From tulips to daffodils and from gladiolus to dahlias. Discover our extensive bulb range quickly!
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- -32%5/620xAbyssinian Lily Acidanthera murielae x 20Gladiolus callianthus, Syn. Acidanthera bicolorSpecial Price €2.20 Regular Price €3.25Stock 100+Sword lily Acidanthera or Abyssinian Lily 'Gladiolus accidi' is one of the most fragrant gladioli types around. It bears attractive highly fragrant... Learn More
- -25%4/520xAllium moly x 20Allium moly luteumSpecial Price €2.45 Regular Price €3.25Stock 100+Allium moly produces large glossy golden star-like flowers in early summer. Each stem carries up to 40 flowers in clusters. Learn More
- 24/26XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis Apple Blossom 24/26Hippeastrum Amaryllis Apple Blossom€7.75Stock 30Large single flowering Amaryllis Apple blossom produces huge pretty apple-coloured flowers with white petals, feathered in soft pink and... Learn More
- 24/26XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis CarmenHippeastrum Amaryllis Carmen€7.50Stock 22Large single flowering Amaryllis Apple Carmen produces huge pretty deep mahogany red flowers lasting several weeks. Often they produce two or three... Learn More
- 28/30CutflowerAmaryllis Ferrari 28/30Hippeastrum Ferrari 28/30€12.95Stock 21
- 32/34CutflowerAmaryllis Floris Hekker 32/34Hippeastrum Floris Hekker€11.95Stock 18
- 32/34CutflowerAmaryllis Liberty 32/34Hippeastrum Liberty€12.95Only 7 left
- 32/34XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis MinervaHippeastrum Amaryllis Minerva€9.50Stock 18The Hippeastrum Minerva is a beautiful, large single flowering Amaryllis. Blooms easily with two stems and plenty of huge scarlet flowers with... Learn More
- 24/26XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis Minerva 24/26Hippeastrum Amaryllis Minerva€7.75Stock 18The Hippeastrum Minerva is a beautiful, large single flowering Amaryllis. Blooms easily with two stems and plenty of huge scarlet flowers with... Learn More
- Ø 12cmAmaryllis Pink in potHippeastrum Amryllis Apple BlossomSpecial Price €9.50 Regular Price €13.95Stock 18This beautiful potted Amaryllis has pretty pink flowers. It is a popular pot plant due to its long flowering period. The bulb is non-sterile and... Learn More
- 24/26Amaryllis RapidoHippeastrum Amaryllis Rapido€8.50Stock 26The Hippeastrum Rapido, commonly called Amaryllis is a multi flowering miniature Amaryllis with plenty of compact deep scarlet blossoms. This set... Learn More
- 22/24CutflowerAmaryllis Red Glory 22/24Hippeastrum Red Glory€9.50Stock 19
- Ø 14cmLarge flowersAmaryllis Red in potHippeastrum Amaryllis RedSpecial Price €11.65 Regular Price €14.95Stock 31This Hippeastrum Amaryllis Red is a beautiful plant suitable for indoor use. These bulbs produce lots of flowers of an intense, warm red. It is a... Learn More
- Ø 12cmLarge flowersAmaryllis Red in pot 12cmHippeastrum Amaryllis Red€14.95Stock 19This Hippeastrum Amaryllis Red is a beautiful plant suitable for indoor use. These bulbs produce lots of flowers of an intense, warm red. It is a... Learn More
- 24/26XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis Red Lion 24/26Hippeastrum Amaryllis Red Lion€8.50Stock 32Hippeastrum Amaryllis Red Lion is a great plant for indoor. They will flower mostly with two stems bearing plenty of deep velvet red trumpet shaped... Learn More
- 26/28XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis RilonaHippeastrum Amaryllis Rilona€8.95Stock 26The Hippeastrum Amaryllis Rilona produces large long-lasting blooms in a peach colour with a web structure imbedded into the colour. Very new and... Learn More
- 22/24XL FlowerbulbsAmaryllis ShowmasterHippeastrum Amaryllis Showmaster€8.95Stock 25The Hippeastrum Amaryllis Showmaster is a real must-have with its sharp pointed petals in white, sprayed by a deep red, very artistic display. It’s... Learn More
- CutflowerAmaryllis Striped in 14 cm potHippeastrum Amryllis Striped€14.95Only 5 leftThis Amaryllis has beautiful colourful striped flowers. It is very popular because of its long flowering period. It is delivered in a container. ... Learn More
- -28%Ø 12cmAmaryllis White in potHippeastrum Amryllis Apple BlossomSpecial Price €8.45 Regular Price €10.95Stock 32This Hippeastrum Amaryllis White is a beautiful plant suitable for indoor use. It is a popular pot plant due to its long flowering period. The bulb... Learn More
- 4/520xAnemone blanda Blue Shades x 20Anemone blanda Blue Shade 4/5€3.75Stock 100+Anemone blanda is a fabulous spring flowering plant with brightly coloured flowers resembling daisies radiating into the sunshine. Their effect is... Learn More
- -26%4/520xAnemone blanda Mix x 20Anemone blandaSpecial Price €2.60 Regular Price €3.50Stock 100+Blanda is a fabulous easy to grow plant, it blooms with delightful brightly colored daisy-like flowers on lush green fern-like foliage. Learn More
- -25%3/420xAnemone coronaria De Caen x 20Anemone coronariaSpecial Price €3.20 Regular Price €4.25Stock 100+These charming old favourites are cherished by gardeners everywhere. They are very easy to grow and make great long lasting cut flowers, no wonder... Learn More
- -25%3/420xAnemone coronaria Hollandia x 20Anemone coronariaSpecial Price €4.10 Regular Price €5.50Stock 100+The beauty of these plants is their ability to create spectacular displays by producing long lasting vibrant red poppy-like flowers with large... Learn More
- 4/520xBabiana Baboon hybrida x 20Babiana hybrid Mix€4.75Stock 77Originally from South Africa, this lovely plant produces stems with up to 20 flowers in fantastic colours lasting up to 5 weeks. Learn More
- 3xBegonia Fringed (fimbriata) Mix x 3Begonia tuberhybrida Fringed mix€3.95Stock 13Double flowering fringed Begonias look remarkably like the more flamboyant varieties of carnations, but will give you far more flowers, set closer... Learn More
- 3xBegonia grandiflora Orange x 3Begonia grandiflora Orange€4.25Stock 53Begonia grandiflora are great garden plants with large flower heads. Give them a sheltered spot in your garden with mid half-day sun in a moist... Learn More
- 3xBegonia grandiflora Pink x 3Begonia tuberhybrida Pink€4.25Stock 56Begonia grandiflora are great garden plants with large flower heads. Give them a sheltered spot in your garden with mid half-day sun in a moist... Learn More
- 3xBegonia grandiflora White x 3Begonia tuberhybrida White€4.25Stock 41Begonia grandiflora are great garden plants with large flower heads. Give them a sheltered spot in your garden with mid half-day sun in a moist... Learn More
- -26%3xBegonia grandiflora Yellow x 3Begonia tuberhybrida YellowSpecial Price €3.15 Regular Price €4.25Stock 59Begonia grandiflora are great garden plants with sizable flowerheads, the bright golden variety has large flower heads Learn More
- -26%3xBegonia Non Stop Orange x 3Begonia tuberhybrida Non Stop OrangeSpecial Price €4.10 Regular Price €5.50Stock 55These large colourful double flowering Begonia tubers have peony-like orange flowers heads; they will earn their name, flowering nonstop all season... Learn More
- 3xBegonia Non Stop Pink x 3Begonia non stop€5.50Stock 55These large colourful double flowering Begonia tubers have peony-like pink flowers heads; they will earn their name, flowering nonstop all season... Learn More
- -25%4/5100xBrodiaea Queen Fabiola x 100Brodiaea laxa Queen FabiolaSpecial Price €5.45 Regular Price €7.25Stock 100+Also known as mountain lilies or pretty face; these beautiful flowers produce clusters of funnel shaped flowers in a wonderful shade of bluish... Learn More
- 2/3Canna PanacheCanna indica Panache€4.50Stock 32As it's name suggests this flamboyant Canna oozes style and confidence, it's orchid-like blossoms are a beautiful apricot and rose pink blooming on... Learn More
- 2/3Canna TaroukingCanna Canna Tarouking€4.50Stock 100+Canna Tarouking has exotic orange red flowers on spectacular ornamental foliage striped with green, orange red and pink. This plant will do equally... Learn More
- 2/3Canna x generalis Eric NeubertCanna indica€4.75Stock 21Canna E.Neubert is an exotic summer plant, with spectacular bold ornamental foliage and blazing bright orange-red flowers. It is a fantastic... Learn More
- 20/22Crinum Powellii PinkCrinum powellii€4.95Stock 14They produce massive Amaryllis like stems 3 ft high, with gorgeous pink trumpets Learn More
- 20/22Crinum Powellii WhiteCrinum powellii€5.75Stock 40They produce massive Amaryllis like stems 3 ft high, with gorgeous white trumpets and have a deliciously sweet scent. The huge bulbs have a length... Learn More
- -50%8/1010xCrocosmia George Davidson x 10Crocosmia crocosmiiflora (montbretia)Special Price €2.75 Regular Price €5.50Stock 22The uniquely shaped arching branches with dozens of brightly coloured flowers are an absolute delight for the summer Learn More
- 8/1010xCrocosmia Lucifer x 10Crocosmia crocosmiiflora (montbretia)€5.95Stock 100+The uniquely shaped arching branches with dozens of brightly colored flowers are an absolute delight for the summer and perennial border. In most... Learn More
- -19%Ø 9cmEasy plantCrocus King of the Striped 9 cm potCrocus King of the Striped€6.75Only 1 leftCrocus King of the Striped is an early large-flowered crocus with... Learn More
- -25%Dahlia ArnhemSpecial Price €3.55 Regular Price €4.75Stock 100+Dahlias produce masses of flowers from July (August for the later varieties) through to October. Dahlias make excellent, long-lasting cut flowers... Learn More
- CutflowerDahlia Bal Cornel Brons Tuber size IDahlia Bal Cornel Brons€4.95Stock 81Dahlia's will produce masses of flowers from early July until October. Dahlia's make great long lasting cutflowers and are ideal for planting in... Learn More
- Dahlia Bora Bora€4.50Stock 100+Dahlias produce masses of flowers from July (August for the later varieties) through to October. Dahlias make excellent, long-lasting cut flowers... Learn More
- -24%Dahlia decorative Onesta IDahlia OnestaSpecial Price €3.40 Regular Price €4.50Stock 98Also known as "The Waterlily Dahlia" Onest produces elegant flowers in a purple-pink color edged with deepest purple. This ornamental dahlia has... Learn More
- -43%2/3Dahlia decorative Orange tuber size IDahlia decorative OrangeSpecial Price €2.70 Regular Price €4.95Stock 100+Dahlia decorative Orange is a beautiful Dahlia with large dinner plate size apricot orange blooms. This outstanding dahlia is a sure favourite for... Learn More
- -24%CutflowerDahlia Decorative ProcyonDahlia 'Procyon'Special Price €3.40 Regular Price €4.50Stock 75Create a stunning display in your garden for months on end with this bold decorative Dahlia, it will produce masses of flowers from early July... Learn More
- -30%CutflowerDahlia decorative WhiteDahlia decorative WhiteSpecial Price €3.10 Regular Price €4.50Stock 100+Also known as "The Waterlily Dahlia", produces elegant flowers in a brialliant white colour. This ornamental dahlia has lots of large long... Learn More
- -25%Dahlia DuetSpecial Price €4.10 Regular Price €5.50Stock 100+Dahlias produce masses of flowers from July (August for the later varieties) through to October. Dahlias make excellent, long-lasting cut flowers... Learn More
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Flower bulbs are so easy to grow
They are very rewarding; producing some of the biggest, brightest flowers and require the least amount of effort. Spring flowering bulbs can get a lot of attention from passersby, but there are many flower bulbs that also bloom in summer and well into autumn.
Flowering bulbs may be annuals, biennials, or perennials, which will produce a wide variety of blooms and foliage. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just planning your very first flower bed, bulbs should be a fundamental part of your plans.
Bulbs work beautifully in flower beds or containers, and can complement other plants or make a stunning statement when grouped together. We have everything from Tulips and Daffodils to Asiatic lilies and from tall stately Gladiolus to highly fragrant Oriental Lilies.
How to plant Flower Bulbs in Autumn (Fall) for Spring Flowering
General instruction on planting of Flower Bulbs for Spring Blooming
Plant Flower Bulbs between mid September and December. Plant your bulbs in time and according to the weather (your local area). Flower Bulbs must have roots before the frost freezes the ground. The rooting takes up about 3 - 4 weeks depending on soil temperature. In frost prone zones give always mulch on top of the planting area after planting to help protect. For example you can use old leaves, fix the leaves with some earth on top or use peat moss.
Plant Flower bulbs (rule of Thumb) 3 x the bulb height deep use thios guide line a a minimal planting depth.
In warmer areas where the temperature in winter does not go below 10 degrees Celsius store your bulbs in the fridge, vegetable compartment for up to 9 weeks.
Flower Bulbs need a cold spell in order to build the flower and activate the growing cycle. So in warmer climates (USA) you need to fool nature a bit. Applying a moist mulch on top is fine, as it will keep the planting location moist and cool.
How to Plant Summer bulbs
Summer flower bulbs are best planted between late April and end of May, when the Soil has warmed up after winter. Individual Varieties flower at different times so you can enjoy colour in your garden all season long.
First of all make a plan of what you would like and where, take into account the different bloom times of each variety to make sure that you will have many different flowers blooming in your garden at the same time all summer long.
Make sure that you plant your bulbs as soon as you receive them, check that they are firm and Healthy, unhealthy bulbs are often soft and lightweight.
Most summer bulbs like to be planted in a location where they will receive at least 4 hours of sunlight, see details on packaging for the correct information per variety. Plant them in well drained Soil, if your Soil has poor drainage you can improve drainage by mixing in some builders sand or grit, by planting the bulbs on a slope or by making a raised bed. Adding well rotted organic matter will also help improve drainage.
Plant them at three times the bulbs height deep and two or three times their width apart, cover the planting area with some compost. Plant tall bulbs at the back of the border and smaller ones at the front.
Plant Gladioli just below the surface as they like to have a shallow planting depth and they like as much sun as possible.
Begonia’s benefit from being started indoors, plant them in good compost and keep them somewhere warm but out of sunlight until the first sprouts are about 3-5 cm (1 " - 2") above the surface of the Soil, then you can plant the outdoors. They like to have some Shade and need moist and regular feeding.
Dahlia Tubers can be started in a large enough planter already in April, transplant them in the border during mid May, take care that these original South American plants get sufficient sunlight and water. Choose a planting location in line with their growth. Cacti - Semi Cacti en Decorative Dahlia's can grow very large and might need some canes whilst growing up.
The dwarf growing types should be planted from the mid to front of the border.
Summer bulbs are not winter hardy so they must be lifted after the first autumn/winter frosts and stored in a cool, dry, dark frost free place until the following spring.
Planting of Flower bulbs in planters
It is great fun to plant bulbs in planters, you can place the pots in bloom where ever you like, they make a great sight, they can be taken indoors or arranged in a colourful group on your patio. Don't use to small planters, I use mostly 17 cm and upwards, for layer planting (lasagne method) I use planters of 30 - 40 cm wide. Plant your bulbs in a mixture of 1/3 sand with 2/3 potting compost for good drainage. Plant your bulbs halfway down in the planter and leave space between the wall of the planter and the bulb. Once planted I top the pots with extra potting compost and press it down firmly.
Larger planters of earthenware I place in a sheltered corner of the garden and underneath I slide a slab of Polystyrene to avoid freezing up from the bottom. I cover the large planters with and old carpet or cloth. I will bring them out in full daylight by end of February -March depending up on bud development and your local situation, so check during February on the growth and not to forget watering, planters should not become dry. Water if needed.
Smaller planters I do place in a carton box (Banana boxes from the fruit stall are perfect, they last and are easy to carry) fill the box up with peat whilst placing the pots into them. Put a layer of peat over the whole of the box as a final layer of protection. I store the boxes away either in a shed or a sheltered corner of the garden and cover them with some straw or a layer of newspapers. Again start checking from February onwards for bud development and do watch out for drought, they never should be dry.