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Winter Aconite


  • 67286
  • 12 bulb(s) per package
  • Out of Stock
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  • 67312
  • 100 bulb(s) per package
  • Out of Stock
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We ship this item in Fall.

  • Light

    Sun to Part Shade
  • Size

    4+ cm bulb
  • Zone

    4 to 7
  • Bloom Time

    Very Early Spring
  • Height

    3-4"
  • Soil Requirement

    Well drained

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Description

Early in spring, these honey-scented flowers blanket the ground in a carpet of shimmering gold. They naturalize easily by self-seeding and will continue to reward you year after year. Upward-facing flowers greet you with sunny colour and are the perfect choice in the lawn, in a rock garden or under shrubs or trees. Eranthis cilicica

Details

  • Botanical NameEranthis cilicica
  • FormPerennial
  • Hardiness Zone 4 to 7
  • Flowering TimeVery early spring
  • Light RequirementsFull Sun, Partial Shade
  • Flower ColorShimmering gold
  • Flower FormSmall cup-shaped flowers
  • Foliage TypeFinely dissected foliage form tufts immediately below the flowers.
  • Growth RateMedium
  • Height/Habit 3-4"
  • Spread2 - 3 inches
  • Planting Instructions8 cm deep and 5 - 8 cm apart
  • Soil RequirementsWell drained
  • Will TolerateClay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • PruningNot needed

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Joyful early bloomer!
Apr 21, 2015 | By John M Wheatley
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This very short but very yellow bloomer is the very first color to POP in my backyard. I have a heavily shaded large garden that gets very filtered light. The leaf is very interesting, but the flower is charming!
Strong color & EARLY bloomer!
Jun 29, 2015 | By John M Wheatley
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Beautiful yellow--think strong and clear, like a buttercup on steroids! This gem is in bloom way before the other plants are even beginning to break through the ground. I have these naturalized in a mostly shaded area and they are a delightful little spot of color very early in my garden. Bulbs are so easy to plant that I've ordered 90 more--and planning to have my very young grandson help with the planting. Starting him in the garden at 4 years old seems about right & we will call these tiny beauties "Garett's flowers!" And the handsome green leaf the bloom sits on top of has an interest even after the pretty, bright yellow is gone. A very kind neighbor lives just across the street; when my bulbs arrive, I'm planning to plant 30 in her beds. She will love them and I'll be able to see them blooming too. This is definitely my find of gardening!
PatC
Jul 5, 2015 | By Patricia Chukurov
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These are a brighter and more solid carpet of yellow than the picture shows. My husband's favorite!
First blooms of the season
Apr 12, 2017 | By Jess Roth
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If you anxiously await the arrival of spring blooms then these little fellas will get the season started. They are small, short bloomers that resemble a dandelion (your decision whether that is good or bad). These were advertised to plant along with daffodils but they bloom weeks before. They naturalize easily on their own but it is also easy to harvest seeds from the dead blooms and germinate your own.
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