Fritillaria Imperalis Aureomarginata

£9.99

Fritillaria Imperalis Aureomarginata

Each

(Code B9219)

£9.99
Exotic and expensive but unique. Deeply variegated leaves, bright orange flowers. Crown has cockatoo like yellow margined leaves. Height 120cm. Flowering April. 18cm+ bulbs supplied.

Key Product Information

Season Interest Spring
Flower Colour ORANGE
Foliage Colour GREEN
Preferred Location
  • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun
  • Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
    part-shade
Positive attributes
  • Excellent for cut flowers
    cut-flower
  • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
    container
How Supplied 18cm+ bulbs supplied
Delivery Delivery from August/September

Key Product Information

Delivery from August/September

Season Interest

Spring

Flower Colour

ORANGE

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Preferred Location
Suitable for planting in sunny locations
sun
Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
part-shade
How Supplied

18cm+ bulbs supplied

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Plant Size

Mature Height 120cm
Mature Spread 30cm
Annual Growth 120cm
Annual Growth

120cm

Mature Height

120cm

Mature Spread

30cm

Planting Fritillaria Imperialis bulbs can be planted at 15-20cm deep and 20cm apart
Soil Type Well drained, light and moist soil
Planting

Fritillaria Imperialis bulbs can be planted at 15-20cm deep and 20cm apart

Soil Type

Well drained, light and moist soil

Fritillaria bulbs can be planted at 8-10cm deep and 10-15cm apart in well drained/light and moist soil. When planting handle the bulbs carefully as fritillaria bulbs are renowned for being fragile. Can be planted in areas with full sun access or preferably with partial shade, and can be left to naturalise in grass, borders or even cold greenhouses.
When established in the right environment you can easily begin to see fritillaria plants multiply. Plants are very hardy and are an excellent choice for border displays, rockeries or for woodland areas, where their elegant drooping bell-shaped flowers are likely to add that little something different.
  • Information
  • Key Product Information

    Season Interest Spring
    Flower Colour ORANGE
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Preferred Location
    • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
      sun
    • Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
      part-shade
    Positive attributes
    • Excellent for cut flowers
      cut-flower
    • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
      container
    How Supplied 18cm+ bulbs supplied
    Delivery Delivery from August/September

    Key Product Information

    How Supplied

    18cm+ bulbs supplied

    Delivery from August/September

    Season Interest

    Spring

    Flower Colour

    ORANGE

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Preferred Location
    Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun
    Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
    part-shade

    Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Plant Size

    Mature Height 120cm
    Mature Spread 30cm
    Annual Growth 120cm
    Annual Growth

    120cm

    Mature Height

    120cm

    Mature Spread

    30cm

    Planting Plant in prepared soil, with a hole large enough to firmly hold the module.
    Soil Type Well drained fertile soil.
    Pruning Deadhead as necessary to prolong flowering.
    Planting

    Fritillaria Imperialis bulbs can be planted at 15-20cm deep and 20cm apart

    Soil Type

    Well drained, light and moist soil

  • Planting & growing Instructions
  • Fritillaria bulbs can be planted at 8-10cm deep and 10-15cm apart in well drained/light and moist soil. When planting handle the bulbs carefully as fritillaria bulbs are renowned for being fragile. Can be planted in areas with full sun access or preferably with partial shade, and can be left to naturalise in grass, borders or even cold greenhouses.
    When established in the right environment you can easily begin to see fritillaria plants multiply. Plants are very hardy and are an excellent choice for border displays, rockeries or for woodland areas, where their elegant drooping bell-shaped flowers are likely to add that little something different.