All kinds of plants are called flower bulbs or tubers!!
The concept of flower bulbs is actually a collective name for many species of plants. They all have one thing in common: there is under the ground a "stock" created by the plant. This can be a tuber, but also a bulb or Rhizome. There are many different kinds of flower bulbs, corms and tubers. FlowerBulbsInc.co.uk sells more than 1000 species of it!
Flower bulbs, corms and tubers can be planted in the spring and in the autumn. Flower bulbs which are planted in the autumn, will flower between January and may. Flower bulbs which are planted in the spring, will flower from May to October. Planting flower bulbs will bring almost yearround colour in your garden! The earlier bulb crops will are planted, the sooner they will develop carrots and sprouts. This will strengthen the development of your plants certainly!
The planting of your favorite flower bulbs, corms and tubers
All globe and tuber crops keep preferably of a sunny till half shaded place. However, there are many flower bulbs, corms and tubers that shady can be planted. These include botryoides (Muscari), Anemone (Anemone), ornamental onions (Allium), spring clock (Leucojum), wild or boshyacinth (Scilla), Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis), egg Fritillaria (Fritillaria meleagris).
The optimal plant distance of your flower bulbs, corms and tubers
We sell all our flower bulbs, corms and tubers neatly packaged, with a clear plant description. This description clearly indicates at what distance the bulbs should be planted. For a good effect, the bulbs should be planted as close as possible. Flowering height also keeps a close eye on: the higher species must not be in sight for the very low species.