English Bluebell Bulbs, Perfect for Naturalising, to be Planted during Autumn for Spring Flowers
How to Plant Bluebell Bulbs
Plant your bluebell bulbs in a dappled or partly shaded part of the garden at around 10cm deep. Bulbs should be at least 10cm apart and for a more natural looking display, you might want to gently toss the bulbs onto the area you would like to plant them and then put them into the ground where they fall. Water the bulbs once and then do not water again until spring.
When to Plant Bluebell Bulbs
Plant your bulbs in autumn, not too early that they start to come up before the winter has come and gone, but make sure they are in the ground before the first frosts or the ground will be too hard to dig the holes deep enough. Bluebells usually flower from April to May. Let foliage die back naturally if you want them to flower again next year.
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