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Our complete bulb catalogue is listed on the pages below. You can search our catalogue using the search box, or browse individual categories using the links to the right or view bulbs exclusive to HW Hyde & Son. Please keep checking as we often add new varieties.

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'Roselily' Mixed (10 bulbs).

£25.00 Now £15.00
Category:
Double Flowered, Oriental, Roselily
Soil:
Acidic
Notes:
Scented, Pollen Free
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'Roselily' Mixed (10 bulbs).

Your chance to buy 10 different Roselilies at a bargain price, yes that's right each pack will contain 10 different varieties. Plus as a extra bonus if you order 2 packs we will include different varieties in each pack, giving you a total of 20 different varieties. All bulbs will be individually packed and named. Normal price £25.00 (based on individual price) you pay only £15.00 saving £10.00.

 

Category: Double Flowered, Oriental, Roselily
Soil: Acidic
Notes: Scented, Pollen Free
Shipped in: Spring

'Roselily' Mixed (5 bulbs).

£12.50 Now £7.50
Category:
Double Flowered, Oriental, Roselily
Soil:
Acidic
Notes:
Scented, Pollen Free
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'Roselily' Mixed (5 bulbs).

A smaller Roselily mix for those of you with small gardens. Will make a great display in a large container, filled with ericaceous compost. five different Roselily's varieties (one bulb of each), all individually packed and named. Normal price £12.50 (based on individual price) you pay only £7.50 saving £5.00. (Our selection only).

 

Category: Double Flowered, Oriental, Roselily
Soil: Acidic
Notes: Scented, Pollen Free
Shipped in: Spring

A. acutiflorum

  • 1-2: £3.00
  • 3+: £2.75
Category:
Alliums speciality
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A. acutiflorum

Allium acutiflorum originates from Alps in Southern France, where visitors to the region may well have seen it growing. Quite a slender, elegant plant, with dark green leaves and 40 cm tall flower spikes. Easy to grow providing the soil is well drained and the bulbs are planted in a sunny spot.

Price's per bulb.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum ''Hairy Friend''

  • 1-2: £2.50
  • 3+: £2.25
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Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum ''Hairy Friend''

Mauve flowers, tightly packed into dense balls, with distinctive 'hairs'. Normally starts flowering from mid July onwards, height about 125 cm. Looks best when planted at the back of a border, because as the flowers open the leaves die back. The leaves of Allium ampeloprasum varieties resemble those of Leeks (the popular vegetable), in that unlike most alliums they grow up the stem. New shoots often emerge in mid Winter, slowly in late spring the flower buds start forming, initially the tops of the stems often bend over (bit like a walking stick), but by the time the flowers open they are straight. Bulbs need planting before Winter sets in, mid September to mid October is perfect. When open the flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. 

Prices per large bulb, each of which normally produce several shoots.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum ''Pink Lady''

  • 1-2: £2.50
  • 3+: £1.75
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Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum ''Pink Lady''

Pink Lady produces heads which are tightly packed with deep pink flowers, these normally open from mid July onwards, height about 125 cm. Looks best when planted at the back of a border, because as the flowers open the leaves die back. The leaves of Allium ampeloprasum varieties resemble those of Leeks (the popular vegetable), in that unlike most alliums they grow up the stem. New shoots often emerge in mid Winter, slowly in late spring the flower buds start forming, initially the tops of the stems often bend over (bit like a walking stick), but by the time the flowers open they are straight. Bulbs need planting before Winter sets in, mid September to mid October is perfect. When open the flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. 

Prices per large bulb, each of which normally produce several shoots.

 

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum ''Purple Mystery''

  • 1-2: £2.50
  • 3+: £2.25
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Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum ''Purple Mystery''

The deepest coloured of all A.ampeloprasum selections. Purple Mystery produces heads which are tightly packed with deep purple flowers, these normally open from mid July onwards, height about 125 cm. Looks best when planted at the back of a border, because as the flowers open the leaves die back. The leaves of Allium ampeloprasum varieties resemble those of Leeks (the popular vegetable), in that unlike most alliums they grow up the stem. New shoots often emerge in mid Winter, slowly in late spring the flower buds start forming, initially the tops of the stems often bend over (bit like a walking stick), but by the time the flowers open they are straight. Bulbs need planting before Winter sets in, mid September to mid October is perfect. When open the flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. 

Prices per large bulb, each of which normally produce several shoots.

Category: Alliums speciality
Soil:
Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum ''Rose Picture''

  • 1-2: £2.50
  • 3+: £1.75
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Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum ''Rose Picture''

The leaves of Allium ampeloprasum varieties resemble those of Leeks (the popular vegetable), in that unlike most alliums they grow up the stem. New shoots often emerge in mid Winter, slowly in late spring the flower buds start forming, initially the tops of the stems often bend over (bit like a walking stick), but by the time the flowers open they are straight. Rose picture produces heads which are tightly packed with pale pink flowers, these normally open from mid July onwards, height about 125 cm. Looks best when planted at the back of a border, because as the flowers open the leaves die back. Bulbs need planting before Winter sets in, mid September to mid October is perfect. When open the flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. 

Prices per large bulb, each of which normally produce several shoots.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum ''white cloud''

  • 1-2: £4.00
  • 3-5: £3.50
  • 6+: £3.00
Category:
Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum ''white cloud''

Each flower head contains hundreds of pink flower buds which open into 6-8 cm round balls of creamy white flowers, when the flowers are finished they are replaced by eye catching green seed heads. At the RHS garden in Wisley there is currently an Allium trial, in which White Cloud is performing very well. A late flowering variety that often doesn't start until well into July, when it's flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. Looks best when planted in groups, height between 1-1.2m. Only grows from a small bulb top size 9 cm +

Price per pack of ten bulbs.

Category: Alliums speciality
Soil:
Notes: Price per pack of ten bulbs
Shipped in: Autumn

A. ampeloprasum babingtonii ''Pink Bubbles'

  • 1-2: £2.50
  • 3+: £2.25
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Alliums speciality
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A. ampeloprasum babingtonii ''Pink Bubbles'

Pink Bubbles, so named because the flower heads contain, pink flowers and green 'bubbles'. If you look closely, at the picture, you will see that the 'Bubbles' are in fact tiny bulbs, which when fully formed can be taken off and planted up. Flowers from mid July onwards, height about 125 cm. Looks best when planted at the back of a border, because as the flowers open the leaves die back. The leaves of Allium ampeloprasum varieties resemble those of Leeks (the popular vegetable), in that unlike most alliums they grow up the stem. New shoots often emerge in mid Winter, slowly in late spring the flower buds start forming, initially the tops of the stems often bend over (bit like a walking stick), but by the time the flowers open they are straight. Bulbs need planting before Winter sets in, mid September to mid October is perfect. When open the flowers attract a huge amount of Bee's and Butterflies to feed on them. 

Prices per large bulb, each of which normally produce several shoots.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. angulosum ''Summer beauty''

  • 1-2: £1.75
  • 3+: £1.25
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Alliums speciality
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A. angulosum ''Summer beauty''

A Very vigorous, clump forming selection, from Allium angulosum. Produces lots of flowering stems from mid July onward's. The heads themselves are about 5 cm across, held on strong 45 cm stems, well  above the foliage, which stays green. Very, very, easy to grow providing it is planted in free draining soil in full sun. Attracts hordes of butterflies and bees which feast on the flowers.

Price's per rhizome, each of which have 2-3 growing points.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. backhousianum '' Green Craze''

  • 1-2: £4.00
  • 3+: £3.50
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Alliums speciality
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A. backhousianum '' Green Craze''

One of the most sort after Allium's by florists, not for it's pure white flowers, but for the huge green seedheads that form after the flowers have finished, hence the name 'Green Craze'. Grows to about 1 m tall and flowers in June, followed by the long lasting seedheads. Needs a sunny spot and well drained soil, very slow to multiply, rarely if ever produces offsets and takes years from seed.

Price's per bulb.

Category: Alliums speciality
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Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn

A. Cepa var viviparum

  • 1-2: £1.50
  • 3+: £1.25
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Alliums speciality
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A. Cepa var viviparum

Probably the most bizarre Allium we offer, common name 'Egyptian walking onion'. It is one of the first plants to emerge in the Spring, doesn't mind frost or snow, it's blue green leaves will happily grow, when the leaves are reaching maturity they will start forming new bulbs on the top, as we say bizarre !. A great talking point for families and friends, especially as they are edible, but it has to be said best in stews, rather than raw. Grows to about 90 cm, 

Price's per bulb.

Category: Alliums speciality
Soil:
Notes: Price per bulb
Shipped in: Autumn