Overige Historische Bolgewassen

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Dichelostemma congestum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1806. Origin: Washington to North Carolina (USA). A bulbous plant with tightly spaced, soft lilac-blue tubular flowers, on top of a leafless 70-90 cm long stem. Flowers very long, superb cut flower and great to combine with perennials in...
€3.00

Available to order from July 2024

Dichelostemma ida-maia
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1870. Origin: California and Oregon, where they thrive in the Redwood forests, mainly on grasslands. The American name 'Firecracker - Flower' is very appropriate: the flower bud borne by 50-60 cm long, crooked stems, bursts into five to...
€3.00

Available to order from July 2024

Eranthis cilicica
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1892. Origin: Turkey, where the original sites, despite the late 'discovery', have been al but cleared. The leaves are deeply incised and a slightly bronze green when they emerge. They bloom slightly later than E. hyemalis, but the golden...
€5.50

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Eranthis hyemalis
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1570. Grows wild in large parts of Europe and North America. Originally: Southern France, Italy, the former Yugoslavia and Bulgaria but also in northern Iraq and Afghanistan. The leaves are not as deeply incised as those of E. cilicica, the...
€6.50

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Eremurus himalaicus
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1811. This pure white species originates from the northwestern part of the Himalayas. The flower spike, consisting of many white flowers, easily reaches 80-90 cm, while the average total length of the flower stem is two meters.
€6.95

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Erythronium 'White Beauty'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: ca. 1895. A cultivar with large white flowers with a narrow brown-yellow ring on the throat. The leaves are beautiful marbled and predominantly light yellow veined. This cream white beauty will grow well in humus-rich soil. Wonderful in a...
€6.00

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Erythronium dens-canis
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Cultivated since 1596. Common names are dogs-tooth or dog's tooth violet, but is also called serpent's tongue, trout lily, deer tongue. The available mix consists of the colours white, pink to deep purple with various shades in between. Gorgeous...
€4.95

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Fritillaria 'Argenteovariegata'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Cultivated since 1771. The available batch comes from the Hortus Bulborum in Limmen. The flower colour is red. The leaves, because that is what it is all about, are green with a silver edge and vary in width.
€6.95

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Fritillaria 'Aureomarginata'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Cultivated since 1661. Flower colour: orange-red with a hint of red. The leaves have a distinctive cream-yellow edge.
€7.50
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Fritillaria acmopetala
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1874. The leaf arrangement on the 50cm high flower stem is remarkable. Only a few thin leaves are attached to the flower stem, standing 10cm apart. Three nodding bell-shaped flowers per stem. On the outside the petals are olive green with...
€3.00

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Fritillaria bucharica 'Nurek Giant'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1884. Origin: northern Afghanistan, Tajikistan and eastern Uzbekistan. The offering is a richly flowering and robust form from Nurek, Tajikistan. The dark green leaves are broad lanceolate and narrower towards the tips. Typically carries...
€5.50

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Fritillaria camschatcensis
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1757. The only transatlantic species. Occurs in North America, from Washington to Alaska and is referred to as ‘Eskimo potatoe’ by the natives. There, it is also known as Chocolate Lily. They can also be found on the Kuril Islands,...
€7.00

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Fritillaria meleagris
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1573. Snake's head fritillary. Occurs almost everywhere in Europe. In the Netherlands it can be found along the floodplains of the river IJssel, and in large numbers near Hasselt and the Reeuwijkse Plassen. It is a Stinzen plant. Ideally...
€5.50

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Fritillaria pallidiflora
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1857. Discovered by the German botanist and plant collector Eduard August von Regel (1815-1892). Beautiful sea-green, crosswise placed leaves. Large (5 cm) nodding lemon-yellow (pallidus means pale yellow) flowers with fine green veins on...
€6.00

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Galanthus elwesii var. elwesii
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
In 1874, the English plant collector Henry John Elwes discovered the great snowdrop. It was named after him, Galanthus elwesii. There are two varieties, Galanthus elwesii var. elwesii and Galanthus elwesii var. monostictus. The two are not much...
€3.95

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Geranium tuberosum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1596. Origin: Southern Europe and Turkey. Bulbous Crane's Bill (Tuberosus means tuberous). The leaves are deeply lobed. On a hairy 20-25 cm high and straight stem develop approximately two cm large flowers which consist of five lobed, pink...
€3.00

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Hermodactylus tuberosa
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Widow Iris. Intro: 1597. Origin: Southern Europe, North Africa, Israel and Turkey. The long and square leaves appear very early. The fragrant flowers are quite special: the ascending portion of the flower (the standard) is yellowish green while...
€3.00

Available to order from July 2024

Iris danfordiae
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Introduced in 1876 by Mrs Danford. The plant has very narrow blue-grey leaves. The golden yellow flowers with green specks on the lip appear in February. Origin: Turkey (Taurus Mountains). Light scent. The umbel of Iris danfordiae has the odd...
€2.50

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Leucojum aestivum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1594. Origin: large parts of Europe and southwestern Asia to northern Iran, rare in Belgium and the Netherlands (Stinzen plant). Needs to be planted in a wet spot. The leaves appear during the winter months, frost does not affect them. The...
€4.50

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Leucojum vernum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1420. Origin from Belgium to Poland and from the Pyrenees to the former Yugoslavia. Grows wild in the Netherlands, southern England and Denmark. The fragrant flowers are creamy white with green dots on the flower buds if the species is...
€7.95

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Muscari armeniacum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
The familiar grape hyacinth. Intro: 1877. Origin: Romania, Asia Minor and the Caucasus. The flower cluster is very compact. The many cobalt-blue bell-shaped flowers have a white edge. The narrow leaves are often longer than the inflorescence .
€3.00

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Muscari azureum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1859. Origin: Eastern Turkey. The two to three greyish green leaves enclose the base of the up to 15cm high plant. The flower cluster can contain up to 60, barely five millimeters large, bell-shaped, densely grouped flowers. Each petal of...
€3.75

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Muscari botryoides 'Album'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1596. White mutation of M. botryoides. The leaves are remarkably shorter than the vitually rectangular inflorescence. Origin: Southern Europe and the Balkans, also known as "Pearls of Spain".
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€5.00

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Muscari comosum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1596. Origin: South Africa, France, Central Europe, southern Russia and Southwest Asia. Tassel Hyacinth. Occurs scattered throughout the Dutch dunes. The lower part of the flower is composed of fertile olive-green flowers on short stems and...
€3.00

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Muscari latifolium
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1858. Origin: Western and Southern Turkey. The well-developed flowers at the top of the inflorescence are light blue, the lower part of the inflorescence is composed of dark sterile flowers. Typically, the plant has only one broad leaf...
€3.00

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Muscari neglectum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1568. Origin: Belgium (Meuse valley), France, North Africa and southwestern Asia. The three to six narrow light green leaves can reach a length of up to 30 cm. The flower colour is almost black (very dark), with a narrow bright white edge...
€3.00

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Nectaroscordum siculum subsp. bulgaricum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1873. Origin: Southern France, Sicily, Sardinia, southern Italy, northern Iraq, south-eastern Turkey and western Iran. The somewhat 'loose' looking about fifteen cm wide inflorescence is composed of 20-30 beautiful and bell-shaped nodding...
€3.00

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Ornithogalum balansae
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1884. Origin: northeast Turkey and the adjacent area of the former Soviet Union. Dutch name: broad-leaved birdseed. Flowers in February-March with short-stemmed, slightly conical flower clusters flanked by two to three bright green leaves...
€3.00

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Ornithogalum nutans
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1594. Dutch name: ‘knikkende vogelmelk’ (Drooping star of Bethlehem). Originally occurring in southern Europe and southwestern Asia, but now growing wild in many European countries. Prefers a shady and somewhat afforested area. The flower...
€4.00

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Ornithogalum umbellatum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1594. Star-of-Bethlehem, locally: 'booger'. Origin: large parts of Europe, North Africa, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and Israel. The linear, grooved and half-upright green leaves have a distinct white stripe. The umbel is composed of about...
€4.50

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Puschkinia scilloides var. libanotica
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1808. Origin: West Asia and the Caucasus. The flower clusters consist of about ten star and bell-shaped light blue flowers with a blue-green midrib. Suitable as undergrowth and naturalises well.
€2.75

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Scilla bifolia
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1568, in the Netherlands since 1594. Origin: Central and Southern Europe and Asia Minor. An early flowering (March) and fragrant species. The sheathing leaves are often two in number (bifolia) and placed on one side of the flower stalk....
€4.50

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Scilla bifolia 'Rosea'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Several pink forms of Scilla bifolia are known, from almost white to deep pink. Not all are reliable, strong-growing clones. The offering concerns a beautiful soft pink form, in culture since 1601 and great for naturalising
€4.50

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Scilla litardierei
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1827. Origin: Dalmatia, the former Yugoslavia and the Western Balkans. The only 15 cm tall flower stem, surrounded by dark green narrow leaves, carries 15 to 70 star-shaped soft lilac to lavender blue flowers, positioned close together and...
€2.75

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Scilla siberica
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1796. Origin: Southeast Europe, the Caucasus, Anatolia and southeast Asia. The bright blue, nodding, star- to bell-shaped flowers are marked on each petal by a dark blue central vein. The best-known Scilla, very suitable for naturalising.
€4.50

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Tecophilaea cyanocrocus
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Common name: Chilean blue crocus. We owe the name of this beautiful genus to the daughter of the Italian botanist Luigi Colla (1766-1848) from Turin, who was given the freak name "Tecofila" at birth. It is also named after the Italian botanical...
€4.50

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Trillium grandiflorum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1799. Origin: eastern North America where they are found in large numbers in forests, between brushwood on calcareous sandstone soil. The green leaves are usually obovate, sometimes oblanceolate. The large pure white flowers fade to soft...
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€4.50

Available to order from February 2025

Triteleia hyacinthina
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1835. Origin: British Columbia, Idaho and California (USA). The flower heads are filled with dozens of milky white, funnel-shaped, upright flowers. The strong yet supple flower stems are about 50 cm high. Blooms in June-July.
€2.75

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Tulbaghia violacea
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1838. Occurring in large numbers in the Tsitsikamma forest, located on the east side of the Cape Province. The dark green, narrow leaves form a rosette. At the top of the stem form multiple clusters of star-shaped lilac-pink flowers. They...
€3.75

Available to order from July 2024