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Over-the-top, exotic and glamourous to the max. No matter how big or small, Fritillaries have our hearts. The white or purple dainty, checkerboard-patterned snake’s head fritillary can be added to pots, alpine troughs and spring beds or scattered through a pollinator-friendly wildflower patch. Go large and grow tall and stately crown imperial fritillaries in patio containers or let them stand-out and take centre stage in your borders. Fritillaria 'Michailovskyi' is also a winner, with quietly gorgeous honey and plum-coloured blooms that will naturalise in wild gardens and lawns and come back every year.

    1. Fritillaria meleagris Mixed

      Fritillaria meleagris Mixed


    2. Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra'

      Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra'


    3. Fritillaria Imp Aurora Bulbs

      Fritillaria Imp Aurora Bulbs


    4. Fritillaria meleagris 'Alba'

      Fritillaria meleagris 'Alba'


    5. Fritillaria persica

      Fritillaria persica


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