£3.75 – £12.00
Ornithogalum Nutans. Clump forming. Hardy. Perennial. Also referred to as the ‘drooping star of Bethlehem’. This is an ideal plant for naturalising as you would with bluebells, they perform well in an environment that can offer half a days shade, the soil will need to have good drainage. These plants also look good in pots, the foliage will start to yellow when in flower, but this can simply be removed.
Bulb Size 6 up.
100 bulbs, 25 bulbs, 50 bulbs
Plant: September-October. 5 cm deep. Spacing 10 cm. Flowers April-May. Height 20-30 cm.
Hardy. Clump forming. Perennial. Thrives in light shade with well drained fertile soil. These bulbs multiply very quickly, plant where you want the them to spread and naturalise. Can also be grown in pots, the foliage will start to yellow when in flower, but can be removed.
Propagate: By dividing clumps when in the green and replant at the same time.