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Fritillaria Uva Vulpis

Full Sun Full Sun
Hardy Perennial Hardy Perennial
Hardy bulb Hardy bulb
Flowers For Cutting/Drying Flowers For Cutting/Drying
Suitable for Container Suitable for Container
Bees And Butterflies Bees And Butterflies
Scented Scented

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30 bulbs
Delivered by 17th September 2021
60 bulbs
Delivered by 17th September 2021
120 bulbs
Delivered by 17th September 2021


Dainty, gold-tipped mahogany bells of Fritillaria uva vulpis make an unusual plant for your spring garden, particularly charming in pots where their rare beauty can be appreciated up close.Originating in Turkey, where they grow wild in cornfields and meadows, the Latin name Fritillaria uva vulpis translates as 'fox grape fritillary'.Here in our cooler climate, they should be grown in full sun on well-drained soil away from strong winds.Delicate, arching stems and narrow foliage reach up to 20cm in height, each bearing up to 3 of the unusual nodding deep-plum and saffron-yellow blooms in April and May.These perennial bulbs will naturalise well in sunny borders and grassy areas adding an unusual element to naturalistic planting schemes.Plant the bulbs 10cm deep in early autumn.Excellent as cut flowers, adding an unexpected angle to floral displays and bouquets.
Full Sun
Yellow Maroon
Hardy Perennial Hardy bulb
Cottage Garden Container Gardening Cutting Garden Small Gardens
40cm (16in) 20cm (8in)
Flowers For Cutting/Drying Suitable for Container Ideal for Beginners Bees And Butterflies Drought Tolerant Great Ground Cover Scented Good for rockeries Moist well drained soil
10-15cm (4-6in)
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FH - Fully hardy - will withstand temperatures down to -15 C (5F) and often lower.
H - Hardy - are happy down to at least -5C (23F).
HH - Half hardy - can withstand down to around 0C (32F).
T - Tender - may be damaged by temperatures below 5C (41F)
WT Warm temperate can withstand temperatures between 5-10 C (41-50 F)
ST Sub Tropical are happy in temperatures between 10-15 C (50 59 F)
TR Tropical can withstand temperatures above 15 C (59 F)

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