Fritillaria are a large group of fascinating plants and can go in shady positions or in full sun. They vary from the tiny carica to the majestic Crown Imperials.

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Collection of Orange Emperor and Fritillaria Rubra
A great combination of orange hues comprising 25 Tulip Orange Emperor and 5 Fritillaria. ..

Flowering time: March-April
Height: 35-40cm

Fritillaria camschatcensis
Camschatcensis is an incredible variety as it has petals of which appear almost black. Grows very..

Flowering time: June-July
Height: 30-35cm

Fritillaria meleagris
Fritillaria meleagris is the snakes head lily, which makes a great naturaliser. Can be grown in m..

Flowering time: April-May
Height: 20-25cm

Fritillaria persica
Persica is also known as the Black Persian lily and has wonderfully dark purple flowers - it is v..

Flowering time: April-May
Height: 60-90cm

Fritillaria persica bicolor
The downward facing flowers bells of persica bicolor are best described as lilac/purple/green and..

Flowering time: April-May
Height: 60-90cm

Fritillaria persica Ivory Bells
Not often available Ivory Bells has the name that says it all with its blooms of creamy white. Th..

Flowering time: April-May
Height: 60-90cm

Fritillaria raddeana
One of the earliest of the tall fritillaria's to flower, Raddeana has magnificent pale yellow..

Flowering time: March-April
Height: 60-80cm

Fritillaria sewerzowii
This is a relatively rare variety and has brownish purple coloured bells with hues of dusky yello..

Flowering time: March/April
Height: 30-40cm

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