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Bluebells - Spanish

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Please Note: Due to pre existing Quarantine laws we cannot send any bulbs to Western Australia and Tasmania. You may need to find bulb suppliers in your areas. Sorry we cant help you. 

How wonderful does a drift of bluebells look through your garden beds or naturalised in your lawn. We just want to plant them everywhere. 

The common blue bells! Easily grown in most garden conditions. Rich blue blooms in the late spring on slender stems. Very popular! Super sized bulbs offered only. 

Bluebells look amazing planted beneath deciduous trees, in long drifts or even pots. They are even tolerant of growing in soil that has roots from other plants. 

Also great for cutting and bringing indoors to a vase for a stunning blue posie.  

 

Botantical name

Hyacinthoides hispanica

Height

25cm

Width

10cm

Flowers

Mid to Late Spring

Climate

Cool to Mediterranean

 

  

Growing Conditions - Detailed

Botanical name: Scilla hispanica
Family: Liliaceae
Planting time
Late Summer to Autumn. 
Height
About 25cm tall. 
Depth & spacing
6cm deep & 5-10cm apart. 
Aspect
Full-sun to part-shade. Great for under trees.  
Soil
Well drained especially in the summer months when they are dormant under ground. A rich soil is best so add nice organic matter, compost and well rotted manures and mix it into the soil.    
Watering
Start watering when growth appears and keep soil slightly moist until foliage dies off after flowering. It is ideal to keep bulbs relatively dry whilst dormant.
Fertilising
Bulbs dont need food when they dormant (ie no shoots above ground as they are sleeping then) The important time to fertilise is when they start to sprout above ground. The best results can be attained from using a complete liquid fertiliser and water them with it every 2 weeks until they have finished flowering and died back down.   
Flowering time
Early Spring. 
After flowering care 
These bulbs can be left undisturbed for years t o naturalise. We have them planted under trees, in our field of flowers amongst grass. . 

Be sure to get them, in large quantities to have the beautiful effect you see in the photos here. 

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JH
12/06/2019
Jasmine Hewson
Upper Beaconsfield, Australia
I recommend this product

Bulbs

Arrived quickly and in good condition. Now planted with our new Power Planter, dice ordered and planted 100 mixed daffodils. Looking forward to a great spring show. Thank you.

ML
05/06/2019
Marina Lissogourski
Pearce, Australia
I recommend this product

Arrived quickly

They arrived very quickly and I will plant them with my power planter hopefully this weekend!

JD
20/05/2019
Joy Duncan
Dromana, Australia
I recommend this product

What a ripper

This implement has been a lifesaver in time and sweat and tears. It cuts down so much time. We used it in the drought to break up the hydroponic soil and it worked a treat.

BK
07/05/2019
Bob Kershaw
Glenhaven, Australia
I recommend this product

Pleasure to do business

Very happy with my bulb purchases and with advice provided. Recommended.

CW
14/06/2018
Craig Willsmer
Jindabyne, Australia

Bulbs, bulbs and more bulbs

Well they're all in the ground, using the powerplanter device in my drill too which made life easier. At this stage everything has been good, with prompt service and attention when my original order was short delivered. The real test is how the bulbs perform in our cold Snowy Mountains climate.


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