£7.50 – £29.50
Rhodohypoxis ‘Douglas’. Hardy. Perennial. Best placed in full sun. The soil needs to be kept moist in summer. Perfect for rock gardens, beds and containers. Slender stems emerge from a cluster of thin, lance-shaped leaves, and produce a succession of erect, flatish flowers. Long flowering time, low growing and colourful.
These bulbs are naturally small but will produce many flowers, and multiply quickly.
June – September
10 bulbs, 25 bulbs, 5 bulbs
Plant: April-May with 5 cm of soil on top of the bulb. Spacing 10 cm Flowers June-September. Height 5-10 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Requires a sunny sheltered spot in your rockery or in pots. Grow in a lime free fertile soil along with horticultural grit mixed in. Water in dry weather during the growing season as the soil needs to b e kept moist but free draining.
Propagation: Divide over crowded clumps during the autumn.