Flower Bulbs

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Flower bulbs offer a wide range of colours and brighten up gardens throughout the year. In spring, tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths are the classic choices for gardens. Crocus herald the arrival of spring, although there are also autumn crocuses. In summer, lilies and gladioli offer multicoloured blooms, while dahlias showcase their fancy varieties. In autumn, autumn crocuses bring nostalgic pink or white fllowers to the garden, whilst in winter, we can rely on the delightful flowers of snowdrops.

In these pages, you will find all our bulbs, our new arrivals, proven classics, as well as exotic and unique varieties, especially among fritillaries and cyclamen.

Bulbs, corms, tubers, and rhizomes are storage organs for plants. True bulbs, such as those of tulips, daffodils, or hyacinths, are composed of modified leaves surrounding a central stem. Corms, like those of crocus, are swollen stems at the base. Tubers, like those of dahlias, are thickened roots. Finally, rhizomes, like those of irises, are thickened, underground horizontal stems. These 'bulbs' are always planted during their resting period, in autumn for spring flowering or in spring for summer flowering.