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fritillaria
Available for shippin' in the fall.

 
   


one roots $18.95

Fritillaria
COLOR: yellow
LOCATION: Partial Shade
HEIGHT: 36-48"
BLOOMS: April-May
USE: Beds, borders or foundation plantings.
ZONE: 4-8
SIZE: 22-24cm
CONSIDERATIONS: Plant in clumps, in rich, well- rained sunny area. Known to have characteristics which keep squirrels and deer away.

 



one roots $18.95

Fritillaria
COLOR: Dark Orange
LOCATION: Partial Shade
HEIGHT: 36-48"
BLOOMS: April-May
USE: Beds, borders or foundation plantings.
ZONE: 4-8
SIZE: 22-24cm
CONSIDERATIONS: Plant in clumps, in rich, well- rained sunny area. Known to have characteristics which keep squirrels and deer away.
 
 

Perennials
The first year they sleep;
the second year they creep;
the third year they leap.

Author Unknown

 
growin' tips...
Fritillaria
Plant 3 in. deep and 3-4 in. apart for smaller species and cultivars, 6-8 in. deep and 10-12 in. apart for F. imperialis and other large types. F. imperialis has a hollow crown that may collect water, so it's wise to plant bulbs sideways. Fritillaries prefer plenty of moisture while actively growing and very rich soil enriched with plenty of compost. Full sun to part shade. On arrival, bulbs may appear spongy and somewhat discolored. This is normal and does not mean the bulbs are not viable. Only if they are powdery dry are they not worth planting.
 



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