Our mix of four woodland perennial bulb species - English bluebell, single snowdrop, wood anemone and winter aconite. For a range of flowering types and colours, and a display of flowers throughout the spring from January to May, plant this attractive selection of wildflower bulbs in woodland settings or gardens, under trees or beside a hedge where they will naturalise easily.
On the RHS Plants for Pollinators list, the native English bluebell provides an early source of nectar for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.
Please note, wildflower bulbs can take a while to become established, and they might only produce leaves in the first year of growth as their energies will be going into producing good, strong roots. Rather than cutting it off, let this foliage die back naturally; the leaves are still photosynthesising and sending nutrients into the bulbs.
Our highest-quality wildflower and meadow bulbs are grown in the UK from British plants.