Fritillaria meleagris Alba Flower Bulbs
A wild and natural beauty, this pretty white variation offers shining white bells which glisten in the spring sunshine and look great planted together, naturalised, with their purple-flowered counterparts. Tough and easy to grow, they do best in a moist but well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade.
Invaluable in the spring garden, without the reliable and charming flowers provided by this group, the garden would be a dull place indeed. They will fit into any planting scheme and are so easy to grow and care for, they will herald the spring and prepare for summer, year after year. Top grade bulbs supplied.
Plant Class: Hardy Perennial (HP)
Tough and easy to grow, they do best in a moist but well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade.
Plant 12cm (5in) deep and 45cm (18in) apart. Handle the corms carefully as they are prone to bruising. Put some coarse sand in the planting holes and place the bulbs sideways. These corms are very intolerant of wet conditions. They must be kept dry in their dormant period.