Tritonia corms (bulbo-tubers) should be planted in light, sandy, friable (easily crumbled) soil that is loose for good drainage. Tritonia are great in pots and... Read More


Ixia is a corm (bulbo-tuber).  They can be planted en-masse in the garden to add a bright splash of colour.  There are about 50 different... Read More


The type of soil that you plant your hyacinths bulbs into is not very important, but what is necessary is that it has  good drainage... Read More


Before planting Dutch Iris bulbs, it’s best to work some compost into the soil and also place compost on the soil surface to create a... Read More


Sparaxis creates a joyful carpet of kaleidoscope colours and to be happy, it just needs a full sun spot to bake in.  Sparaxis can grow... Read More


Prized for their brightly coloured, ruffled petals and long vase life, these brilliant bloomers stand tall on straight stems and produce many flowers per bulb.... Read More


The Freesia is a corm (bulbo-tuber) and is indigenous to South Africa.  Their flowers have a unique, strong scent.  Plant your freesias out in sunny... Read More


Daffodils – sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.   These beauties are extremely hardy to frost and it’s very important to only plant them out... Read More


Eye-catching and productive winter and spring bloomers. Anemones are one of the easiest ways to add colour and beauty to your winter and spring garden.... Read More