Enjoy some of the UK’s most treasured plants with TurfOnline’s extensive range of wildflower bulbs. With careful planning, our wildflower bulbs can deliver wave after wave of colour and texture in your garden. By planting them within Meadowmat turf, your natural wildflowers can be supplemented by seasonal colour.
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Ornithogalum umbellatum 15-30 cm Umbel-like white flowers in April and May which open star-like in the sun. Pack Size: 50 bulbs per pack
Beautiful, elegant and robust Double Snowdrops produce double, dainty, nodding white flowers from February to March. Plant in dappled shade or in an alpine garden and enjoy. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Our favourite spring wildflower that will fill your garden with fragrant and vibrant blue-violet flowers from April to June. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
A snowdrop with wide leaves and a double marked flower. Flowers very early and is often the first to appear in the season. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Grape hyacinths (Muscari) have bright blue flowers that look like a cross between a bunch of grapes and miniature hyacinths. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
A vibrant mix of purples, yellows, whites and stripes that love full sun. Flowering in February and March these flowers will create a lush carpet of pastel shades on poor and moderate soils. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Producing delicate, drooping bell-like flowers that give it its alternative names – May Bells or Lady’s Tears – Lily of the Valley is re-known as Christian Dior’s favourite flower and will deliver good ground cover and a delicate scent. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Delicate, white star-shaped flowers that will grace your garden from April until May the Nodding Star of Bethlehem is also known as The Drooping Star and thrives on moist, well-drained soils in sun or partial shade. Pack Size: 50 bulbs per pack
The Single Snowdrop is one of the first bulbs to flower in January through to March and are quick to spread. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Beautiful, purple / white nodding blooms appearing from March until May these bulbs love fertile, well-drained soil and can be found under a range of names but only ever purple to white. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Similar to Summer Snowflake, but as the name suggests it flowers earlier. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Also known as the Loddon Lily much like a snowdrop but much bigger and flowers later March-April likes rich medium-well drained soil in sun or part shade. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Not your average Daffodil but still vibrant yellow and still the national emblem of Wales. Growing wild and characterised by being much smaller the Tenby Daffodil loves moist soil and will reward you with the classic nodding flowers in March & April. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Common and hardy Wild Cyclamen loves rough scrubland, woods and rocks. With a pink or sometimes white and purple flower these will stand out as they grow heart-shaped leaves through the winter then flower in the summer and autumn. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Paler and smaller than standard daffodils but still with the classic nodding flowers Wild Daffodils love moist soils, full sun or partial shade and will flower from February to April. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Use in salads, as a herb or as a vegetable; in soups and sauces – Wild Garlic loves moist, slightly acidic conditions and will flower into long-stalked white flowers from April to June. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Wild or Woodland Tulips burst into life in April and May with fragrant, yellow flowers. Woodland-loving, sun-loving and part shade tolerant plant in well drained soils and wait for Spring. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Looking for vibrant groundcover – Winter Aconite will bring a carpet of bright yellow, buttercup-like flowers and chalice-shaped green leaves to your garden in January and February. Pack Size: 25 bulbs per pack
Wildflower bulbs are not like other plants – they come ready to go. Pre-packed with stored-up energy, they are the self-sufficient plants in nature’s arsenal that will bounce up and keep delivering from late winter to early autumn. Better still, they aren’t picky about how they are planted, though please double-check on the packaging. Wildflower bulbs like to be planted the right way up, but even if this is wrong, they can still survive and use their energy to create shoots and leaves in different soils and under a range of conditions.
With so much variety on offer, there is potential for a wildflower bulb for every season. Our single and double snowdrops are the first to flower in January through to March, whereas our grape hyacinths sprout in the spring. Meanwhile, our wild cyclamen pink flowers grow into gorgeous heart-shaped petals in the summer and autumn.
Use our dedicated Help Centre for additional information and tips on how to grow your wildflower bulbs. TurfOnline has over 50 years of experience in providing products and knowledge to gardeners, and our Help Centre is filled with expert advice and insights specifically for wildflower enthusiasts. Browse our rich collection of wildflower bulbs and create a continually captivating garden today.
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