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Fritillaria Bulbs

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Fritillaria imperialis

…among bulbs! Dramatic crowns of scarlet bell shaped flowers are topped with a whirl of leaf like bracts. Just a few of their tall stately stems is sufficient to create a bold display. Ideal for the back of borders where their impressive height can be best appreciated. The…  More Info

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Fritillaria imperialis 'Maxima Lutea'

…of the border. Plant Fritillaria imperialis 'Maxima Lutea' in groups for a colourful, eye-catching display in late spring. The foxy aroma of the bulbs is also said to deter moles and rodents. Height: 1.5m (5'). Spread: 30cm (12). Supplied as bulbs. Useful links…  More Info

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Fritillaria persica

Dark purple-black bells hang ominously from tall flower spikes. The shadowy form of this striking fritillary appears in late spring for an imposing display in borders and alpine gardens. An unusual and statuesque bulb that tolerates hot conditions and dry soils. Height: 100cm (40).…  More Info

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Fritillaria imperialis 'Collection'

…is said to deter moles and rodents. Supplied as bulbs.* Collection comprises:* Fritillaria imperialis 'Maxima Lutea' ? An RHS AGM variety producing crowns of bright yellow, bell-shaped flowers. Height: 1.5m (5'). Spread: 30cm (12).* Fritillaria imperialis - An…  More Info

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Fritillaria meleagris (Mixed)

A beautiful hardy bulb with white pendant 1½in (4cm) blooms heavily chequered with pink, plum or purple. Snakes's Head Fritillary can be grown in grass and often self seeds to make delightful colonies of nodding bells.  More Info

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