Flowering Bulbs


About Flowering Bulbs

Flowering bulbs have an important advantage over regular plants: they can store energy from one growing season to the next. When a bulb starts to grow, it uses these stored reserves to develop roots, shoots, leaves and flowers. Being so self-sufficient means that flower bulbs don’t have to wait for perfect weather or ideal soil conditions. By nature, they already have what they need to thrive.

Create your perfect carpet of colour with our selection of flower bulbs. We’ve made it easy to plant and grow your favourite flowers, and you’ll find bulbs for borders, beds, containers and naturalised spaces. Whether you shop your favourite flower bulbs by season, or by colour and variety, our selection includes everything from those old classics to the weird and wonderful. It’s time to start planning those showstopping displays for your outside space (and your vases too for that matter!)

 


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