Winter Wonderland Bulb Collection - 30 Mixed White/Ivory Bulbs from our Bulb tastic Range !
Winter Wonderland Bulb Collection - 30 Mixed White Bulbs from our Bulb tastic Range !
Who doesn't love a Winter Wonderland !! This elegant, luxury collection of bulbs will give you the most stunning, whimsical crystal and pearl white display in the spring. Your flowers will be the talk of the town. Perfect for magical garden displays, gorgeous cut flowers in vases, stunning as gifts and of course bouquets.
We have selected a collection of the best crystal white and ivory bulbs from our range of Tulips, Iris, Narcissus and Hyacinth, these will be absolutely breath taking. You will be counting the months until these bloom !
We have bulbs with fabulous winter names such as, Snow Lady, White Excelsior, White Pearl, to name just a few.
Clearly, the bulbs won't give you a winter wonderland this year, but we think it's an early way to feel a little happy for the holidays.
Spring flowering bulbs are the perfect way to add colour and interest to your garden. As the season "springs" into life these bulbs rejuvenate your garden with stunning colours. Our top quality bulbs have been carefully selected to make sure you get a the best possible plants.
You will receive :
30 White/Ivory bulbs, including Tulip, Narcissus, Iris and Hyacinth.
Each bag will be labelled, so you know exactly what you are planting.
A Glossy leaflet with a step by step guide to planting your bulbs.
Scanned QR code which will take you directly to a video on how to plant your bulbs, personally made for you, by Alan of Newlands Nursery.
Top tips on growing bulbs in pots
Most bulbs grow very well in pots and containers. This is especially true of Daffodils and Tulips. These are some tips that will help you to grow bulbs successfully in containers.
The last thing we want is for our bulbs to sit too wet. This is particularly the case as we are taking them though the winter where, almost inevitably, we will be getting more rain. When you are potting bulbs up adding some crocks, gravel, or stones to the base of the container really helps the compost drain.
Use good quality compost.
Multi-purpose compost works well for bulbs but if you can use a compost with some added food - such as a slow-release fertiliser - your bulbs will thank you. This can, of course, be added after.
Please note to keep prices as low as possible, we can not take requests for specific varieties.