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WILD FLOWER Summer Snowflake, 10 bulbs (non organic) BUSS

SKU: 784553
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Summer Snowflake.

Leucojum aestivum.  

Height 30-60cm. Flowers April-May. White flowers with green tips. Usually found in damp grassland or moist field borders. 

Despatched in the Autumn.

Grown in Holland.

Pack of 10.

Not certified organically grown.


Sowing and Usage
Naturalising bulbs Many spring-flowering bulbs are ideal for brightening up the base of trees before they come into full leaf. The soil beneath trees is moist and light, offering the perfect growing conditions for scilla, anemones, erythroniums and crocuses. Bulbs such as dwarf daffodils, crocuses, snowdrops and winter aconites can transform a dull looking lawn into a wonderful display of colour. To achieve a natural look, throw bulbs up in the air and plant them exactly where they land in the grass. The aim is to make it look as though they have decided to grow there by themselves. Allow plants to die down after flowering before mowing the lawn. Alternatively, plant bulbs in defined areas so that it's possible to mow the lawn around them.   Bulbs in lawns Naturalise bulbs in lawns by taking a handful and dropping from waist height. Plant where they land with a strong trowel or bulb planter - these are ideal for digging into heavy clay soil. To use, push the cylindrical blade down, twist and pull up a plug of soil. Drop the bulb in, flattest side down, and crumble the plug into the hole. In order to save time, try planting a large number of small bulbs by lifting a piece of turf and planting a group of bulbs in the soil.

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