|Crocus 'Shock Wave'|
A self sown seedling amongst a collection of Crocus heuffelianus with pale outer petals topped by a darker lilac wave.
|Crocus tommasinianus Claret?|
Lovely unusual coloured Crocus tommasinianus, very close to 'Claret' but so far hasn't been verified. The picture is of the actual plants
One of the first flowers to appear in the open garden and it still is flowering by end of March
An autumn flowering cyclamen which does well outdoors in a woodland type situation. Over time it will seed about and carpet dry shady areas. 6cm tall.
Attractive herbaceous woodlander, pale pink flowers, very early flowering. QUANTITY DISCOUNT.
Creamy flowers on this early spring flowering woodland/border plant
A small Dutchman’s breeches, with creamy flowers and attracive grey foliage.
An Erythronium with a reputation for shy flowering, however with this clone each bulb produces a flower.
A super strong growing Erythronium with attractive leaves and well marked flowers from the west coast of America.
Well known and grown this is still one of the best Erythroniums. This form has good dark flowers and attractive leaves. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
A strong robust Erythronium with large white flowers and shiny green leaves. As with the others it likes a cool position with well drained but humas soil. 25cm tall
|Erythronium hybrid mix. 20 bulbs|
A mix of mainly pink hybrids from between E. revolutum and E. White beauty.
Great for naturalising in woodlands and shady borders
The lovely Asian Erythronium native to Japan and China. The flowers vary between dark and light lilac all having dark pollen and lovely maroon markings at the base of the petals 10cm tall.
|Erythronium Kinfauns Pink|
One of our own hybrids. A strong growing and fast multiplying cross between revolutum and White Beauty.
Lovely pale pink with brown ring.
Very attractive Erythronium, one of the first to flower, pale cream/white flowers
Easiest of all the Erythroniums never failing to bulk up. Large creamy yellow flowers. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
Lovely elegant Frit easy to grow with green and brown bells, bulks up well.BULK DISCOUNT
Latter flowering Frit chequered brown and green. Will reach 2ft if happy.
|Fritillaria affinis var. tristulis|
A dark selection of Fritillaria affinis with nearly black flowers flowering in mid April. It likes a well drained soil in a coolish position. Will make a clump over time. 30cm tall. QUANTITY DISCOUNT
|Fritillaria camchatcensis Large Black|
This form of Frit camchatcensis produces large back flowers on relatively tall stems. It doesn't produce as many flowers as the smaller Alaskan form but are much darker. QUANTITY DISCOUNT