Fritillaria meleagris


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Fritillaria meleagris

toxic plant in the family Liliaceae; reputed to contain a poisonous alkaloid. Called also fritillary, snake's head.
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We are offering 50 bulbs of the classic purple Fritillaria meleagris for PS10.
This week's online offer is for pack of 50 Fritillaria Meleagris for just pounds 2.
Of course, the world of fritillarias is much larger than just fritillaria meleagris, with about 100 species from across the Northern Hemisphere, with some larger, louder representatives such as the Crown Imperial, F.
This week's great online offer is for 50 Fritillaria Meleagris (Snakeshead) for only pounds 3.
SNAKE'S HEAD FRITILLARY Also known as the snake's head lily, Fritillaria meleagris is a British native wildflower that used to be widespread in water meadows.
Bulbs fit in well, too - snake's head fritillaries ( Fritillaria meleagris ), the wild daffodil or Lent lily (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), English bluebells and native orchids.
FRITILLARIA MELEAGRIS - the white and chequered purple flowers are an attractive addition to the spring garden.
If your soil tends to be damp, don't be too concerned as fritillaria meleagris, colchiums and daffodils will do equally as well in this type of soil.