£5.50 – £27.50
Oxalis Obtusa. Fully hardy. Perennial. The dainty apricot funnel shaped flowers are perched on clover-like, gray-green foliage, flowering during the months of March through to June. The foliage continues through to early August. This plant enjoys and prefers a sunny warm location, the flowers grow to a height of 10 cm.
Flower bulbs are naturally small. Bulb Size: grade 1.
March – June
15 bulbs, 30 bulbs, 5 bulbs
Plant: September -November. 5 cm deep. Spacing 10 cm. Flowers March – April. Height 10 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. It is best to start in these bulbs off in pots. Prefers full sun, in any type of well drained soil. Ideal for rockeries, front borders and pots. The bulbs are small around twice the size of an apple pip, the most pointed part is the top. Feed with a slow release fertilizer during the growing season.
Propagate: By dividing overcrowded clumps in summer and replant at the same time.