Flower Bulb Help & Advice

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  1. Bulb Planting Guide
    Plan your spring and summer display of colourful bulbs and follow our bulb planting guide to ensure the best results. Unpack Bulbs on Arrival Please check your order is correct and that the quality is as expected. We advise you to store your bulbs in a dark, dry and cool place with good air ...
  2. Crocus Information
    Crocus is one of the most commonly found 'bulb' planted species in gardens and parks, alongside tulips, hyacinths and the narcissus. Very few flower bulbs are so massively planted as the crocus. The majority of crocus species come from countries bordering the Mediterranean. Continue reading ...
  3. Daffodil and Narcissi Information
    There is a vast amount of confusion over the proper name for these plants. In fact, both Daffodil and Narcissi are correct. Narcissi is the generic botanical name given to these plants in 1753. However, in England, the plants were commonly known as daffodils. Wholesale Daffodils Lindis ...
  4. Flower Bulb Preparation Advice
    Generally, flower bulbs are planted whilst they are dormant from late Summer. However, the natural growing cycle will result in shooting appearing from October onwards and has no detrimental effect on the bulb or the flowering performance. Planting Time Ideally, snowdrop bulbs should be ...
  5. Hyacinth Information
    Hyacinths can be grown with relative ease provided some basic rules are followed. Firstly it is essential to develop a good root system as this supports the plant throughout its life. This is achieved in the early stages by cool temperatures and even moisture after planting Hyacinth bulbs. ...
  6. Naturalising In Grass Advice
    Naturalising flower bulbs is one of the great ways of creating a natural-looking blanket of colour that will simply get better as each year passes. The process of naturalising in grass is simple enough, just allow the flower bulbs to seed and spread wherever they choose. Amongst the best ...
  7. Planting Bulbs - Depth and Spacing Table
    Bulb Size The majority of our bulbs will have a bulb size mentioned (i.e. 7/8cm or 12/14cm) this size relates to the circumference of the bulb in question. Lindis Flower Bulbs Lindis Flower Bulbs supply a complete range of flower bulbs, carefully selected after 15 years of successful ...
  8. Tulip Information
    Tulips will flourish in almost any type of soil where there is reasonable drainage. During the growing season, they prefer plenty of moisture but the roots must not stand in water. We advise not to feed tulips during the growing season as this will produce spindly plants. Planting ...
  9. Wildflower Bulbs In The Green
    Subject to stock availability, wildflower bulbs "in the green" are supplied from the middle of January until the end of April. Bulbs will be supplied at varying stages of development, depending upon when they are ordered and thus lifted. Snowdrops Our Snowdrop bulbs will be delivered with ...

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