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Wildflower Bulbs 'In The Green' (Spring Planted)

Wildflower bulbs 'in the green' offer a great way to establish species such as bluebells, snowdrops and daffodils in the spring. 

The bulbs can be at different growth stages depending on when they are ordered and lifted, and will be delivered within 7-10 working days when available.  For more information see our bulbs in the green information

BS Native Wildflower Bulbs 'In The Green' Collection

A selection of our favourite wildflower bulbs, now available 'in the green' for planting this spring. This collection contains equal quantities of the following species:


  • Snowdrop
  • Bluebell
  • Wood Anemone
  • Winter Aconite
  • Wild Daffodil

BS Bluebell Bulbs 'In The Green' (Hyacinthoides non-scripta)

Nothing surpasses the sight and smell of a woodland full of scented Bluebells. We have carefully selected stocks and lifted under licence. They have been inspected throughout the growing and harvesting period and are certified as true native Hyacinthoides Scilla Non-scripta.

  • These Bluebell bulbs are UK native and woodland grown.
  • Bulb size: 6/+cm
  • Height: 30-40 cms  Flowers: April-June
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

BS Single Snowdrop Bulbs 'In The Green' (Galanthus nivalis)

'The Common Snowdrop' is very widespread and produce a clump of small, beautiful flower heads. The Royal Horticulture Society has awarded Galanthus nivalis with the Award of Garden Merit for outstanding excellence. 

  • Blooms: February/March  
  • Height: 10-20cm.  Bulb size: 4/5cm
  • These snowdrop bulbs are UK native
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

BS Double Snowdrop (Flore Pleno) Bulbs 'In The Green' (Galanthus nivalis f. pleniflorus)

This naturally occurring double form of our native snowdrop is just as easy to grow, often flowering a little earlier than the its single-flower counterpart. It can grow to a similar height, and produces attractive flowers between January - March.

  • Height 10-20 cm
  • These snowdrop bulbs are UK native
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

BS Giant Snowdrop Bulbs 'In The Green' (Galanthus elwesii)

'The Giant Snowdrop' 

Elwesii are giant-flowered snowdrops with honey scented blooms, that will flower in the first year.

  • Height: 10cm. Size: 5/6cm
  • Blooms: January/February 
  • These snowdrops are UK grown from passported stocks
  • These bulbs are "In The Green"

BS Wild Daffodil Bulbs 'In The Green' (Narcissus pseudonarcissus)

The Wild Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) is a more delicate and graceful plant than its cultivated counterparts, known as "Lent Lily". With a pale yellow perianth around a golden trumpet, the grey-green leaves of the wild daffodil are also distinctive.

  • Flowering around March time.
  • These daffodil bulbs are UK native
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

BS Tenby Daffodil Bulbs 'In The Green' (Narcissus obvallaris)

The main daffodil species native to Britain, known as the "Tenby Daffodil". This particular species is also suited to growing on rocky ground, grasslands and in woods where shade is common. Usually flowers during March.

  • These daffodil bulbs are UK native
  • These bulbs are"In The Green"

BS Winter Aconites Bulbs 'In The Green' (Eranthis hyemalis)

One of the earliest flowering garden flowers, Eranthus hyemalis, produce bright yellow flowers in the depths of winter followed by attractive green foliage.

  • Bulb Size: 4/+ cm
  • Height: 10cm
  • Blooms: January/February 
  • These are non UK native bulbs
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

BS Wild Garlic - Ramsons 'In The Green' (Allium ursinum)

A wild relative of chives, Wild Garlic (or Ramsons) grows from a small bulb and often spreads to form large clumps. It can be found in damp woods, scrub, hedges and on shady banks, where its garlicky aroma will fill the air. The leaves are edible but have a surprisingly mild flavour.

  • This is an excellent plant for ground cover in a wet corner of the garden. 
  • These wild garlic bulbs are UK native
  • These bulbs are"In The Green"

BS Wood Anemone Rhizomes (Anemone nemorosa)

Star-like, white flowers of the wood anemone can be seen carpeting the woodland floor before the trees burst into leaf. The flowers are often streaked with pink or purple, especially on the outside, and are carried on a reddish stem. Its flowering season just overlaps with bluebells and they look stunning together.  

  • The wood anemone has received the RHS Award of Garden Merit.
  • These wood anemone rhizomes are UK native

BS Large Flowering Mixed Crocus 'In The Green' Bulbs

These are a mix of large-flowering mixed crocus species that prefer to be planted in a full sun position.These are non UK native Bulbs

Height: 12cm
Blooms: March-April

BS Star of Bethlehem Bulbs 'In The Green' (Ornithogalum umbellatum)

Star of Bethlehem is a perennial bulbous flowering plant of the family Hyacinthaceae. It has six to ten leaves, and the flowers group in a corymbose raceme with 6-20 flowers.


  • The flowers are white with a green stripe outside.
  • These are non UK native bulbs

BS Nodding Star of Bethlehem Bulbs 'In The Green' (Ornithogalum nutans)

Nodding Star of Bethlehem is a pretty perennial bulbous flowering plant. Thrives in grassland and flowers mid/late spring, and the flowers blossom into a star-shapes with vivid green leaves.


  • The flowers are white with a hint of green 
  • These are non UK native bulbs

BS Summer Snowflake Bulbs 'In The Green' (Leucojum aestivum)

The Summer Snowflake, or Loddon Lily (from the River Loddon in Berkshire) is a tall and an especially beautiful member of this varied family. The large and pure-white flowers appear in late spring, and are bell-like with a green spot near tips of petals. This hardy bulb has linear basal leaves which are bright green.

  • This is a suitable plant for the margin of a pond or a moist rockery. 
  • These are non UK native bulbs
  • These bulbs are "In the Green"

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