New Bulbs

  • Anemone -  Lord Lieutenant
    Beautiful violet-blue flowers with a dark centre. Lord Lieutenant is a St Brigid type anemone, with double or more the number of petals of the De Caen type.
    NZ$ 0.40
    NZ$ 0.30
  • Anemone - Mount Everest
    White flowers with a dark centre. Mount Everest is a St Brigid type anemone, with double or more the number of petals of the De Caen type.
    NZ$ 0.40
    NZ$ 0.30
  • Anemone - The Admiral
    Strong cerise-pink flowers with a dark centre. The Admiral is a St Brigid type anemone, with double or more the number of petals of the De Caen type.
    NZ$ 0.40
    NZ$ 0.30
  • Anemone - The Bride
    White flowers with a dark centre. The Bride is a De Caen type anemone. These are single anemones, meaning just the one set of petals.
    NZ$ 0.40
    NZ$ 0.30
  • Bluebells - Blue
    Classic Bluebells, ideal for moist, shady places. Late spring flowering, 30cm.
    NZ$ 1.69
    NZ$ 1.27
  • Crocus - Mixture
    A mix of all our crocus varieties, 15 cm tall. Crocuses produce up to four or five stems from each bulb planted and are amongst the earliest bulbs to flower each season.

    Plant 5-6cm deep in mid autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 0.78
    NZ$ 0.58
  • Gladioli Nanus - Alba
    Pure white species gladioli, late spring flowering.

    Gladioli nanus are bred from spring flowering strains of gladioli and are daintier than the larger summer-flowering gladioli.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 0.82
    NZ$ 0.61
  • Gladioli Nanus - Mixture
    Mixed colours.

    Gladioli nanus are bred from spring flowering strains of gladioli and are daintier than the larger summer-flowering gladioli.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 0.82
    NZ$ 0.61
  • Hyacinth - Blue Jacket
    Dark purple-blue, mid spring flowering.

    Famous for their powerful fragrance, hyacinths are suitable for potting or in the garden, but must have good drainage and a cool winter. If planting in pots, make sure the pots do not sit in the sun after planting or the stems and flowers will be very disappointingly short.

    Plant 12-15 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 2.43
    NZ$ 1.82
  • Hyacinth - Carnegie
    Pure white, mid spring flowering.

    Famous for their powerful fragrance, hyacinths are suitable for potting or in the garden, but must have good drainage and a cool winter. If planting in pots, make sure the pots do not sit in the sun after planting or the stems and flowers will be very disappointingly short.

    Plant 12-15 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 2.43
    NZ$ 1.82
  • Hyacinth - Woodstock
    Rich burgundy, mid spring flowering.

    Famous for their powerful fragrance, hyacinths are suitable for potting or in the garden, but must have good drainage and a cool winter. If planting in pots, make sure the pots do not sit in the sun after planting or the stems and flowers will be very disappointingly short.

    Plant 12-15 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 2.43
    NZ$ 1.82
  • Hyacinth - Yellowstone
    Soft yellow, mid spring flowering.

    Famous for their powerful fragrance, hyacinths are suitable for potting or in the garden, but must have good drainage and a cool winter. If planting in pots, make sure the pots do not sit in the sun after planting or the stems and flowers will be very disappointingly short.

    Plant 12-15 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 2.43
    NZ$ 1.82
  • Tulip - Dynasty
    Bright pink with a white base.

    The 'Single Tulip' group is a collective name for the 'standard' tulips that have the classic tulip flower shape. This group has the widest colour range and is used extensively for mass plantings. Flowering times vary from mid to late spring. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - First Love
    Deep red burgundy single tulip.

    The 'Single Tulip' group is a collective name for the 'standard' tulips that have the classic tulip flower shape. This group has the widest colour range and is used extensively for mass plantings. Flowering times vary from mid to late spring. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Golden Parade
    Darwin Hybrid tulip, golden yellow.

    Darwin Hybrid tulips are the strongest tulips and are the best choice for warmer climates. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Honeymoon
    Darwin Hybrid tulip, pure white with a white fringe.

    Darwin Hybrid tulips are the strongest tulips and are the best choice for warmer climates. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - London
    Darwin Hybrid tulip, dark scarlet red.

    Darwin Hybrid tulips are the strongest tulips and are the best choice for warmer climates. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Orange Princess
    Layer on layer of orange with a flash or two of green.

    Great big flowers with double the number of petals, peony tulips make a strong display with fewer bulbs. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87

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