Our huge range of spring-flowering bulbs are now in stock!
You can choose your bulbs depending on what month you want them to flower or if you are looking for a specific variety then we also have our bulbs arranged this way including Alliums, Bluebells, Crocus, Hyacinths, Iris and Tulips!
Pre-bagged bulbs start at £1.99 and our value packs are just £3.99.
In Radyr we also have a range of loose bulbs where you can fill as many as you can in a bag! Prices of these are as follows:
Tulips 'fill a bag' : £5.99
Corcus 'fill a bag' : £4.99
Daffodils 'fill a bag' : £3.99
Loose indoor prepared hyacinths are also available for 75p each in Radyr and 80p in Wenvoe - these have been treated so that they flower earlier!
You will find all accessories and planters by our bulbs too including hand bulb planters, hanging glass planters and outdoor troughs.
Here is some advice for how to plant bulbs:
Plant bulbs to naturalise in grass for a long-lasting, natural looking display that just gets better and better each year. A smattering of colour in the lawn is a welcome sight in spring, and many bulbs are quite happy to grow among the grass, seeding themselves freely into quite extensive colonies in time.
Good choices include Crocus tommasinianus, which opens its pretty mauve goblets on sunny days; snakes-head fritillaries with their nodding, chequerboard heads; and the smaller narcissi like ‘Minnow’ and hoop-petticoat daffodils (Narcissus bulbocodium).
For wilder areas of the garden with longer grass, try naturalising camassias for a shot of blue among the green, or some of the taller daffodils like ‘Actaea’ or ‘Ice Follies’. There are lots to choose from, drop by and we’ll be happy to talk you through the choices.
To achieve a natural look right from the start, buy plenty of bulbs to plant at once and scatter them on the ground so they fall in a haphazard way. Then plant them wherever they fall to achieve that natural-looking ‘drift’ effect.
Use a long-handled bulb planter to plant each one. You should aim to plant the bulbs at about two times their length into the soil: so a daffodil bulb measuring 5cm from tip to base would go in about 10cm deep.
Drive the bulb planter into the turf with your foot, wiggling it to cut through the grass and the soil beneath. Pull it out with a plug of soil, and place the bulb in the hole with the pointed end upwards. Put the plug of soil back into the hole on top of the bulb with the grass side up. Gently firm the plug into place and water if the weather is dry.