Bluebell bulbs

Hyacinthoides non-scripta

Native Bluebell bulbs, harvest due August/September 2018 from £0.04/bulb

Bluebell bulbs

Time to flower ½-2½ yrs

Planting density 160-500/m2

Plant Aug-Nov

Available Aug-Nov

From £0.04/bulb

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4 year-old bulbs

These bulbs are mature and should all flower in the spring after planting.
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10£5.00Out of stock
20£7.50Out of stock
50£15.00Out of stock
100£25.00Out of stock
200£45.00Out of stock
500£110.00Out of stock
1000£200.00Out of stock

3 year-old bulbs

These bulbs are well enough developed that around 25% should flower in the spring after planting, and all should flower the following spring.
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500£60.00Out of stock
1000£80.00Out of stock

2 year-old bulbs

These bulbs will not flower the spring after planting, but around 25% should flower in the spring after that, and all should flower the following spring.
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1000£40.00Out of stock

Prices and Ordering

Prices include postage to most UK addresses—please contact us before ordering if you live elsewhere. Payment is via PayPal—you do not need to have a PayPal account to pay as they will accept credit/debit cards.

Delivery

Bluebell bulbs are pre-order for next season and can be pre-purchased now for shipping by end of September 2018.

The Bulbs

These Native Bluebell bulbs (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) are ideal for gardens and small woodlands. Plant in the autumn.

Save time and money

Planting a combination of 2, 3 and 4 year old bluebell bulbs will save you money and still get quick results. Seed, which offers great value if you are willing to wait at least four years for decent flowering, can be sown instead or as well as bulbs. This is especially useful for contractors in bulk planting schemes for public spaces, roadsides and grounds.

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Bluebell bulbs mature in four years
Intense blue from a very high density of Native English bluebell bulbs
A very young developing bluebell bulb