We have been growing native bulbs and plants on our Welsh smallholding since 1986. Our mission has been to supply not only our native bulbs and plants but also bulbs from different parts of the world that naturalise well in our climate. All our bulbs and plants are suitable both for naturalising and using in the border, bearing in mind they will perform best in conditions close to their natural habitat. Most of them are easy to grow and will increase readily when given the appropriate conditions.
Bulbs native to the British Isles and other bulbs and plants for naturalising
Wildflower gardening has become increasingly popular, with more people interested in growing our own very beautiful native plants. They are being recognised as a great resource for all parts of the garden, and not just the 'wild' garden, although this is deservedly getting increasing attention. With hedgerows, woodland and hay meadows continually disappearing under the onslaught of construction and modern farming methods, the sight of our native flowers is fast becoming a memory to many people.
Please note: bulbs and plants are despatched when ready to plant. Bulbs are despatched from August to October with some exceptions which are indicated. We send some bulbs 'in the green' in spring Plants are sent either in the Autumn (August - October) or in Spring (February-April)
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Wild Daffodil – Narcissus pseudonarcissus£3.50 – £125.00 Quick ViewSelect options
Bluebell – Hyacinthoides non-scripta£4.50 – £155.00 Quick ViewSelect options
Tenby Daffodil – Narcissus obvallaris£4.00 – £150.00 Quick ViewSelect options
Snakes Head Fritillary – Fritillaria meleagris£4.50 – £90.00 Quick ViewSelect options
Including Native Bluebell, Wild Daffodil, Snakes Head Fritillary, Wild Tulip, Wood Anemone. We have been growing native bulbs on our Welsh smallholding since 1986 and can guarantee that none of our bulbs have been taken from the wild.Most of them are easy to grow and will increase readily when given the appropriate conditions. All bulbs are mature and of flowering size.
Many non-native hardy bulbs can be used for naturalising in woodland and meadow. Varieties of daffodil (the two native species are included under Native Bulbs), squills and crocus are prime examples. There are also other species from different temperate regions that can also be established as a mass planting or in groups.
To compliment our bulbs we grow some other native plants for woodland, wetland and meadow situations. Being native, and therefore hardy, they will naturalise and spread given conditions they like. All plants despatched are fully grown stock.