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Garden Spring Flowering Bulbs

There’s nothing quite like that special moment when spring blooms begin to appear in your garden! That’s when you know that winter is over and that your garden will soon be awash with vibrant colour. Your garden ushers in the new season with stunning flowers that are sure to lift your spirits. But only if you have planted your spring flowering bulbs!

At Radway Green, we feature a fine range of spring flowering bulbs which will bring your outside spaces to life with carpets of beautiful blooms in a variety of appealing colours. Why not plant iris, allium, crocus, hyacinths and a host of golden daffodils to ensure that your garden bursts into life earlier in the year? Providing amazing colour and interest before its time to introduce your bedding plants, spring flowering bulbs will deliver years of enjoyment.

Whether you already have green fingers or you are new to gardening, spring bulbs will help you to achieve incredible results and will ensure that the your garden boasts the longest possible flowering season.

10 Taylors Caeruleum Allium Bulbs 10 Taylors Caeruleum Allium Bulbs
8 in stock
There are but a few true blues to be found among the Ornamental Onions, and they are prized for the cooling effect they have on the exuberance of late spring. A. caeruleum is a deep, clear blue, and its tiny flowers are arranged in clusters 1″ across. Planted closely this fall, the bulbs will produce a refreshing display at Peony time next spring. Heirloom, 1792. 10–15 per sq ft. For more informat…
15 Taylors Large Blue Crocus Bulbs 15 Taylors Large Blue Crocus Bulbs
5 in stock
Pack of 15. This early spring-flowering crocus is perfect for naturalising in grass. It soon increases to form elegant colonies of slender flowers, which open in February or March the moment the sun appears. The delicate flowers are somewhat deceptive, since it stands up well in wind and rain.
5 Taylors Violet Beauty Allium Bulbs 5 Taylors Violet Beauty Allium Bulbs
9 in stock
Pack of 5 Bulbs. A lovely bold purple variety. Look great with Ornithogalum Magnum. Key Product Information Season Interest Spring Flower Colour Purple Foliage Colour Green Preferred Location sun part-shade Positive attributes cut-flower How Supplied 10/12cm bulbs supplied. Flowering Time (May - June) J F M A M J J A S O N D Available to buy J F M A M J J A S O N D P
Hyacinth - Delft Blue - 4 bulbs Hyacinth - Delft Blue - 4 bulbs
10 in stock
Porcelain blue flowers. Strongly fragrant. Flowering height: 25cm (10in). Flowering time: January onwards.
Species Narcissus Tete a Tete (8 Bulbs) Species Narcissus Tete a Tete (8 Bulbs)
19 in stock
Taylors Bulbs Species Narcissi Tete A Tete produces early multi-headed yellow trumpets on short stems ideal for planting in pots or at the front of borders. Flowers March/April. Flowering Height 15cm/6" Taylors species Narcissi packs have an interesting mix from small Daffodils to specialist Narcissi many of which are ideal for planting in pots on the patio or planting in the flower border. Essent…
Taylors Bulbs 7 Tulip Red Impression Large Flowers Taylors Bulbs 7 Tulip Red Impression Large Flowers
7 in stock
Tulip - Red Impression (7 bulbs) - 11/12cm Soil/Position - Tulips will grow in a wide range of soils provided there is good drainage.  They like sunshine, but the flowers will last longer in partial shade. Application - Ideal for beds and borders.  Remove flower heads as they begin to fade.  Avoid planting Tulips repeatedly in exactly the same spot that they have grown in in recent years. Cultivat…
Tulip Queen of Night 7 Bulbs Tulip Queen of Night 7 Bulbs
4 in stock
Taylors Bulbs Queen of the Night 7 Tulip Bulbs. The bulbs flower April/May and reach a height of 60cm. Bulbs should be planted from August onwards approximately 10cm deep and 10cm apart. These bulbs are very good for borders and give a rich dark red colour.


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