Showing all the flamboyance of their South American origins, these corms can be planted after the risk of frost has passed to produce a festival of colour in mid-late summer. Each exotic bloom lasts just a day, so it pays to plant them generously - they are affordable enough to do this without breaking the bank. They are winter dormant so can be lifted and rested in late autumn to be replanted the following spring.

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Tigridia pavonia alba grandiflora
Available to order from 1st Jan 2014
Tigridia pavonia alba grandiflora
Striking, 3-petalled white flowers with the inner cup heavily spotted maroon-purple. Good in pots. Ht.to 3’ (1m).Bulb size 7/9 cmPack of 10 corms for £4.00 Pack of 30 corms for £10.00
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