Special Indoor Collections
Special collections of stunning and colourful indoor-flowering bulbs.
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A pretty, thoughtful, and tonal quartet of spring Hyacinths, designed to bring colour and exquisite scent into the home during the depths of winter.
The collection contains varieties ‘Pink Pearl,’ ‘White Pearl,’ ‘Delft Blue’ and the carmine-pink ‘Jan Bos.’
These specially prepared bulbs have been treated to flower earlier than they would outdoors in spring and can be timed to bloom for Christmas. Despatched in September, these superior bulbs are best planted shallow; in bowls and containers of bulb compost, or placed in a special hyacinth vase above water then stored in a cool, dark place. Keep them there until the beginning of December when they can be brought out into the light.
Both ‘Jan Bos’ and ‘Delft Blue’ have been granted a prestigious Award of Garden Merit from the RHS for their exceptional beauty and reliable qualities.
A classic trio of soft pink, blue, and fresh white Hyacinths - perfect for adding colour and perfume to indoor spaces during winter.
These specially prepared bulbs have been treated to flower earlier than they would outdoors in spring and can be timed to bloom in the home for Christmastime.
In early autumn, these bulbs should be planted shallow, in your favourite containers and in pots of bulb compost or placed in a hyacinth vase above the water. Then store in a cool, dark place until the beginning of December when they can be brought out into the light.
Bud-loaded stems will rapidly elongate, before bursting into bloom and releasing a wonderful fragrance into the air from their tiny, frilled bells.
Bring the quintessential shades and scent of spring into your home a little earlier than usual with this gorgeous collection of Hyacinths – designed to bloom in winter, adding a pop of colour and a breath of fresh air indoors.
This endearing pairing of cobalt blue and lemon-yellow Hyacinths can be grown in your favourite containers, or in hyacinth vases above water.
For flowers at Christmastime, plant the bulbs in September and store in a cool, dark place until early December when they can be brought out into the light.
Bud-loaded stems will rapidly elongate, before bursting into a mass of flowers and releasing a wonderful perfume into the air from their pretty frilled bells.