|Lovely yellow lupine-like flowers that, although native to the mountains of North Carolina, seem to tolerate the Piedmont and Coastal regions as well; prefers partial shade and a well-drained site; best to cut back foliage about a month after flowering; 30"-48"; whz 3-9; not available until mid-April.|
Cozy Companions - We are not perennial growers, but we have been using all types of plant material in our gardens with bulbs and have recommended doing so for over 20 years! We have friends who grow the following plants in the U.S. and have offered them to us for our catalogue. We're sure you'll enjoy them in your garden, especially when you see how they extend and expand your blooming season!
These Bulbs Have
Bloom Time As
x crocosmiiflora 'Emberglow'
Roodkapje ('Red Riding Hood')