10 bulbs are there per packet.
For many people in Ireland, the emergence of the native Bluebell is the sign that Spring has sprung. Indeed from April through to May, Hyacinthoides non-scripta shows off its stunning tubular, purplish-blue flowers, curving backwards at the tips, four to fifteen on a smooth green raceme arching under their weight. This is a bulbous, clump-forming and spreading native wildflower of which the fragrance is quite something: a perfect classic woodland plant for any gardener that enjoys colour and scent.
Position: Partial shade, preferably under deciduous trees
Soil: Any moist, fertile soil high in humus
Planting Period: Dry Bulbs in Autumn, Bulbs 'In the green' in Spring and potted bulbs year round
Flowering period: April to May
Planting: Depth 4 - 6” (10 -15 cm), Spacing 4” (10cm) scatter on the ground and plant where they land for a natural effect.
Height: 12” (30cm)