Category Archives: Fritillaria

Rubra Crown Imperial Fritillaria – 1 bulb

Botanical Name: Fritillaria Imperialis Description: An impressive accent for the mid-spring garden. These regal plants wear a striking coronet of upright leaves hung with large bell-shaped blooms of brick red. Dramatic planted in groups amid lower-growing spring flowers, they soon become focal points as their stems rise to a majestic height. Consistently splendid performers requiring

Lutea Fritillaria Crown Imperial imperialis – 1 bulb

Botanical Name: Fritillaria Imperialis lutea Description: An impressive accent for the mid-spring garden. These regal plants wear a striking coronet of upright leaves hung with large bell-shaped blooms of bright yellow. Dramatic planted in groups amid lower-growing spring flowers, they soon become focal points as their stems rise to a majestic height. Consistently splendid performers

Uva vulpis Fritillaria – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Fritillaria assyriaca Description: This delightful Fritillaria is native to Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. It grows in sunny or shady locations, and produces lovely deep bell flowers on strong stems that curve at the top so the flower is suspended. The blossoms are bicolor–a soft purple with bright yellow petal tips. It grows 8

Aurora Crown Imperial Fritillaria – 1 bulb

Botanical Name: Fritillaria Imperialis Description: Enjoy an impressive show at mid spring! These regal plants wear a striking coronet of upright leaves, hung with large, brilliant orange-red bell-shaped blooms. Dramatic planted in groups among lower-growing spring flowers. With stems rising to a majestic height of 36 inches, they soon become the focal point of any

Michailovskyi Fritillaria – 5 bulbs

Description: Beautiful as a ground cover or rock garden subject, Fritillaria michailovskyi is native to Turkey and a beautiful little plant. Suspended bell-shaped blooms are a deep purple with a prominent yellow border around the edge and a bright yellow interior. Each stem carries 5 blossoms which open in April or May on 8-inch plants.

Mixed Checkered Lily Fritillaria – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Fritillaria meleagris Description: Checkered lilies are somewhat dainty in appearance, featuring solitary drooping, up to 1 3/4″ long, bell-shaped flowers which are checkered and veined with reddish-brown, purple, white and gray atop slender stems. Also commonly called guinea-hen flower because of the resemblance of the mottled flower color to a guinea hen. In