The violet-blue, bell-shaped flowers of the Bluebell are a striking sight in spring. The nodding flowers exude a heady fragrance attracting bumblebees and hoverflies to your garden. They are ideally planted under trees and shrubs where they will multiply over the years. It is also very suitable for naturalising.
There’s no better way to fill your garden with colour in early spring than planting a selection of vibrant bulbs. Many of our bulbs bloom from February onwards and are an important source of food for early insects and bees. Bulbs are best planted in autumn from September through to December. For a natural look scatter and plant your bulbs randomly in grassy areas of your garden or for a more formal dramatic display plant them in clusters in flower beds.
Pack of 10 bulbs.
|Suitable Wildlife||Bee, Insect|
|Scientific Name||Hyacinthoides non-scripta|
|Flowering Months||Apr., May|
|Growing Conditions||Partial Shade, Sunlight|