Woodland Collection

The Woodland Collection – is selected from our hardy stock of bulbs. These bulbs are great for naturalising, which means they will multiply and spread if left undisturbed. Growing bulbs in woodland can be tricky, the trees absorb a lot of water and create a lot of shade. However, this selection of bulbs find the humus rich soil a natural habitat. Within the collection of 280 bulbs, you will find;

15 Allium ursinum, 25 Anemone nemerosa, 50 Bluebells, 50 Crocus Tommasinianus, 10 Cyclamen, 50 Snowdrops, 30 Tulip Turkestanica and 50 Winter Aconites (No longer in stock – replaced with Crocus Orange Monarch).

* Varieties supplied are subject to availability. Most suitable alternative may be used.

 

£84.00 (inc. VAT)

Each Collection

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Specifications:

  • Colour: Mixture of colours
  • Perennial

Good For:

  • Bees
  • Butterflies
  • Lawns and verges
  • Long grass
  • Woodland

How to grow:

  • Hardiness: Hardy
  • Soil Type: Moist
  • Position: Semi-shade

More Information

The Woodland Collection – is selected from our hardy stock of bulbs. These bulbs are great for naturalising, which means they will multiply and spread if left undisturbed. Growing bulbs in woodland can be tricky, the trees absorb a lot of water and create a lot of shade. However, this selection of bulbs find the humus rich soil a natural habitat. Within the collection of 280 bulbs, you will find;

15 – Allium ursinum

25 – Anemone nemerosa

50 – Bluebells

50 – Crocus Tommasinianus

10 – Cyclamen

50 – Snowdrops

30 – Tulip Turkestanica

50 – Winter Aconites (No longer in stock – replaced with Crocus Orange Monarch)

* Varieties supplied are subject to availability. Most suitable alternative may be used.

How to plant

The Woodland Collection is ideal for under hedges or in shady parts of the garden. These bulbs will start to spread with a number of years. It won’t happen quickly, but be sure to plan for the wild look. You don’t need to plant them very deep, only 5-8cm deep. Digging amongst roots can be tricky, but at this depth it should be easy enough. The bulbs will be left alone by foraging animals. You can soak the anemones and winter aconites but you don’t have to. The moisture from the soil will be enough to get the bulbs started. Plant in Autumn for an early spring display.

Have a look at our tips on how to grow bluebells.

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