You are viewing this site in staging mode. Click in this bar to return to normal site.


Winter Aconite

Once established, Aconites spread by self-seeding, forming thickly populated colonies.  They are happy in any well-drained soil, best position is under deciduous trees and shrubs where the low angled winter sun can penetrate beneath the branches.  The small tubers should be planted 4cm (11/2’’) deep, 5-7cm (2-3’’) apart.

Click on the product name for more details
  • Cilicica


    Eranthis Cilicica.

    Deep yellow, bronzy foliage, more finely cut than E. Hyemalis, also blooms later.  Will seed freely. 

    (inc. 20% VAT)
  • Hyemalis


    Eranthis Hyemalis.

    The buttercup-yellow flowers are set in rosettes of deep green leaves.  They don’t mind the frost or snow.  Will seed freely.

    RHS Award of Garden Merit.

    (inc. 20% VAT)