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Fritillaria

Fritillaria have bell-shaped flowers which hang downwards from the top of upright stems.  Grow them in a rock-garden, in the border or in a woodland garden.  Plant immediately upon receipt in rich well-draining soil.  Deer and rodent resistant.  April-May.


Fritillaria Meleagris

Fritillaria Meleagris
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Fritillaria Meleagris have nodding, bell-shaped checkered reddish purple to pure white flowers. Other names they go by are: Guinea Hen, Checkered Lily and Snakes Head Fritillary. They do best in moist soil.

Size: 7/+ cm.
Plant: 10 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Planting Depth: 3”
Height: 12-14"
Zone: 5-9.
Exposure: Sunny

Fritillaria Persica

Fritillaria Persica
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Fritillaria Persica has up to 30 bell-shaped plum to mahogany purple flowers encircling each of its 2-4’ stalks. An easy plant to grow in full sun with deep, rich, well-drained soil, but it dislikes wet soils. Excellent placed at the back of the garden or along fences, the flower stalks are long lived, looking great for several weeks.

Size: 20/22 cm.
Plant: 1 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Planting Depth: 4 x bulb’s depth
Height: 30"
Zone: 5-9.
Exposure: Sunny

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