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Bluebells

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English Bluebells

bluebells drenched in warm april sunlight; their scented violet-blue bells nod delicately above glossy green foliage. These native beauties love to nestle in dappled shade at the base of trees, or for a particularly bold impact, try naturalising them in large informal areas…  More Info

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English Bluebells

…of trees, or for a particularly bold impact, try naturalising them in large informal areas of grass. Bluebells in the green are ideal for spring planting. For autumn planting choose bluebell bulbs. Height: 30 cm (12). Only cultivated stock used. Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Bluebell Creeper

Now here?s something a little different for your garden! Sollya heterophylla is better known as the Bluebell Creeper. Its twining stems are cloaked in evergreen foliage that makes a splendid backdrop for its nodding sky blue flowers throughout summer. This half-hardy climber is…  More Info

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Anemone nemorosa

…simple flowers of Wood Anemone rise above spreading clumps of divided green leaves creating a sensational contrast. Plant them alongside English Bluebells for a natural woodland feel. Anemone nemorosa is ideal for creating spring ground cover in woodland areas or simply…  More Info

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Sollya heterophylla 'Ultra Blue'

…unusual twining climber flowers profusely from early summer to September; it?s nodding blooms standing out against the narrow, evergreen foliage. Bluebell Creepers are half hardy climbers, best grown in a patio container that can be moved to a frost free position during the…  More Info

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Japanese Rose Pink Ice

A bouquet of bloom erupts from slim stems in shades of pink and lemon. The large rosette-like blooms are prized by florists as a superb cut flower. Grow them indoors on a bright windowsill, or outside in sunny borders for that opulent look. Height: 60cm (24) Supplied as 30mm plugs.Height:…  More Info

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Campanula rotundifolia

The pretty British Harebell otherwise known as the bluebell of Scotland, produces thin wiry stems of nodding pale blue flowers. An easy, charming plant for rockery, border etc. Culinary note: The flowers can be used as garnishes but are also dried and then cooked in Asian cuisine.…  More Info

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Bluebell Vine (House Plant Seeds)

Exotic and unusual - this tropical climber makes an eye-catching conservatory plant! Large blue flowers with white throats appear among the lush green foliage in summer. This quick growing, half-hardy annual is ideal for growing over an obelisk as a focal point in the conservatory, or…  More Info

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Woodland Garden Bulb Duo

…to spring with this classic Woodland Bulb Duo. The single-flowered Snowdrops begin the display during the coldest months, followed by a sea of Bluebells which herald the return of warmer weather. These low maintenance bulbs are ideal for naturalising beneath deciduous trees…  More Info

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Woodland Garden Saver Collection

This outstanding Woodland Garden Saver Collection features Giant Snowdrops, Russian Snowdrops, Bluebells and Aconites. These reliable bulb species can be used to create a mass of colour in your lawn or under trees. The top quality, long-lasting bulbs are delivered to your door…  More Info

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Ornithogalum nutans

Ornithogalum nutans is of similar build to a Bluebell but far less commonly seen in UK gardens. In late spring the starry, silvery blooms rise upon upright stems above clumps of delicately striped foliage. The flowers are sweetly scented and nod demurely downwards giving this bulb…  More Info

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