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A very important bulb family that encompasses garden classics such as the Snakes Head Fritillary and Crown Imperial, toghether with a wealth of jewel like species rarities. Something for everyone.NOW DESPATCHED AS POT GROWN BULBS! Number of bulbs per pot will vary with vary, the large Crown Imperials will come singly, the smaller species may have 3-5 per pot, or more. Price is per pot, not per bulb. These are designed to create instant little groups or 'pockets' in the garden and should be planted as they are, not split up and the effect will be very naturalistic and charming. May also be used in tubs and planters.

 imperialis lutea
Fresh green shining foliage and pure lemon yellow bell flowers. A beauty
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 imperialis rubra
Grand ruby red flowered Crown Imperial.
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 imperialis Striped Beauty
Tawny yellow with tangerine stippling; most unusual Crown Imperial
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 meleagris
Snakeshead Fritillary. Drooping bell flowers of violet purple chequered in green. Once a familiar site naturalised in damp meadows, but in the wild it has all but disappeared. It is easy to grow in grass, or in the border and multiplies readily
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 meleagris
Snakeshead Fritillary. Drooping bell flowers of violet purple chequered in green. Once a familiar site naturalised in damp meadows, but in the wild it has all but disappeared. It is easy to grow in grass, or in the border and multiplies readily
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 meleagris alba
An uncommon and rather lovely pure white flowered form of the Snakeshead Fritillary
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 michailovskyi
A dwarf alpine species with proportionately rather large drooping bell flowers. These are a shining maroon with a wide golden brim. An impossibly lovely species which suits small pots and pans, the alpine house, or an intimate spot near a seat maybe where the diminutive beauty can best be appreciated.
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 olivieri
The bell flowers are alternately striped in dusky purple and jade green. Iran, but appears hardy.
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 persica [each] 90cm's
A candelabra of glossy maroon-black bells towers in the border; what an astonishing beauty. As easy to grow, and similar in its requirements, to a Crown Imperial
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 uva vulpis 20cm's
The willowy stems grow to around 20cms in height and support slender drooping bell flowers of a dusky slate-purple, narrowly edged in gold. Easy to grow.
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