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FRITILLARIA

Since we offer a large range of this genus it is impossible to bulk them into one catorgory for cultural treatment. However it is essential to have good drainage for all species. Plant about 10cm deep, generally flowering late March to early May. Hardy in a garden unless stated otherwise and then they should be grown in pots, in an alpine house or cold frame.

Plant Name & Description Picture Price & Buy Now

Fritillaria acmopetala

Large nodding flowers of green, maroon on the inner segments, recurved pointed purple tips. A distinctive & tall growing species from Asia Minor, up to 35cm, hardy for well drained rockery or raised bed.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria acmopetala

3 or more - £ 0.80 each
10 or more - £ 0.70 each


Fritillaria camschatcensis

Very striking dark maroon-purple almost black flowers, on stout stems to 30cm in May-June. Prefers shade and a cool acid soil that never becomes too dry.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria camschatcensis

1 or more - £ 4.50 each
3 or more - £ 4.30 each
10 or more - £ 4.20 each


Fritillaria davisii

A beautiful dwarf species with deep chocolate brown chequered flowers, only 15 cm tall, lovely in a trough or pan. Hardy outside but possibly in need of extra drainage in wetter regions, or cultivate in cold frame/greenhouse.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria davisii

1 or more - £ 1.50 each
3 or more - £ 1.40 each
10 or more - £ 1.30 each


Fritillaria eduardii 'Castor'

A rare type crown imperialis form but without the smell, a shorter growing plant to about 50cm which has large orange/yellow flowers, darker veins, flowering mid March.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria eduardii 'Castor'

1 or more - £ 6.00 each
3 or more - £ 5.80 each


Fritillaria elwesii

Purplish flowers with lime green streaking on tall stiff stems up to 35cm tall in April, superb hardy garden form for rockery or raised bed.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria elwesii

1 or more - £ 2.00 each
3 or more - £ 1.80 each
10 or more - £ 1.70 each


Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra Maxima'

Large red-orange flowers on 60 to 90cm tall stems.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra Maxima'

1 or more - £ 3.00 each
3 or more - £ 2.80 each
10 or more - £ 2.60 each


Fritillaria latakiensis

Long tubular flower with recurved tips to the petals in April, does well outside in our alpine garden - a sunny site in well-drained soil.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria latakiensis

1 or more - £ 4.00 each
3 or more - £ 3.80 each


Fritillaria meleagris

The Snakeshead Fritillary, a British Native with variable chequered maroon-purple flowers in April or May. Easy to grow in most gardens, very good for naturalising in grass or large borders providing the soil does not dry out in summer.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria meleagris

10 or more - £ 0.15 each
50 or more - £ 0.14 each
100 or more - £ 0.12 each


Fritillaria meleagris alba 'Aphrodite'

The beautiful white form which is just as easy to grow in the garden, very lightly chequered in pale green, large flowers. Superb!!

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria meleagris alba 'Aphrodite'

10 or more - £ 0.30 each
50 or more - £ 0.26 each
100 or more - £ 0.25 each


Fritillaria michaelovskyi

One to five dark reddish-purple flowers with a grey bloom, top third of each petal very bright yellow in April, 15cm. Hardy in well drained warm spot in the south of England or cold frame / alpine house in wetter/colder regions.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria michaelovskyi

5 or more - £ 0.40 each
10 or more - £ 0.37 each
50 or more - £ 0.32 each


Fritillaria pontica

Medium-sized green flowers with light brown tips in April to 30cm tall, hardy, well drained soil in sun or semi-shade.

Dispatched September to October.

Fritillaria pontica

5 or more - £ 0.50 each
10 or more - £ 0.47 each
25 or more - £ 0.44 each


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