£5.50 – £27.50
Oxalis Versicolor. Fully hardy. Perennial. These bulbs can be grown in full sun or semi-shade in an area that has well-drained soil. They are low growing 15 cm tall, making them perfect for some areas in the garden i.e. in the rockery, around the fish pond, front borders, pots and containers. The foliage on Versicolor starts to appear soon after planting. The dainty Red and white flowers rolled up like umbrellas appear later on in the year usually Autumn time. They are a beautiful plant to have and are very easy to grow. The bulbs are naturally quite small the size of an apple pip, so not to worry when you receive these, its surprising what nature has to offer.
Bulb Size 1 (top size)
September – November
15 bulbs, 30 bulbs, 5 bulbs
Plant: September -November. 5 cm of soil on top of the bulb. Spacing 10 cm. Flowers July-October. Height 15 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Prefers full sun or semi shade, 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. The bulbs will multiply quickly.
Propagate: By dividing overcrowded clumps in summer and replant at the same time.