Triteleia Queen Fabiola (Brodiaea ) Bulb
Light violet, blue anthers, star to trumpet shaped flowers held at the top of slender stems, also known as Triteleia these lovely bulbs should be more widely grown, excellent long lasting cut flowers.
|Bulb Size (cm)
|6 - 7cm
|Planting Density (per square m)
|Front border, Middle border
|Suitable for Pots
Give Triteleia (Brodiaea) a warm sunny position in the garden that does not get waterlogged in the summer where these delightful bulbs can bake. In frost prone areas provide a good winter mulch.
Triteleia Queen Fabiola (Brodiaea) is a flower bulb we universally enjoy at Peter Nyssen. An elegant flower, easy to grow and versatile.
An often overlooked flower, these elegant and slender blooms have a similar form to agapanthus. Numerous regal blue trumpets standing on a long stem, 40cm high.
The foliage is strong green and strap-like but doesn’t interfere with the long stems of the plant. Meaning you can plant them quite closely together to create a dense cloud of flowers.
Reasons to try Queen Fabiola
1. Royal Purple Blooms: The Triteleia Queen Fabiola showcases stunning, deep purple blooms that exude an air of sophistication and elegance. Its royal purple color will undoubtedly become the focal point of your garden.
2. Easy to Grow: Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, you'll find success with Queen Fabiola. These bulbs are exceptionally easy to grow and require minimal maintenance, making them an excellent choice for all garden enthusiasts.
3. Abundant Blossoms: Each bulb produces multiple blossoms, ensuring a profusion of purple blooms that will grace your garden for weeks on end. Your garden will come alive with color and vibrancy.
4. Versatile Landscaping: A versatile addition to your landscape. Plant them in flower beds, borders, or containers for an eye-catching display. They also make wonderful cut flowers for stunning floral arrangements.
5. Hardy and Durable: These bulbs are hardy and can thrive in a variety of conditions. They're resilient in both sun and partial shade, and once established, they'll return year after year, multiplying and brightening up your garden.
6. Perfect for Pollinators: The nectar-rich blooms of Queen Fabiola attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, ensuring a healthy and thriving garden ecosystem.
7. Low Maintenance: Enjoy the beauty of Queen Fabiola without the fuss. These bulbs require little more than well-drained soil and occasional watering to thrive.
8. Seasonal Delight: Triteleia Queen Fabiola typically blooms in late spring to early summer, providing a burst of color just when your garden needs it most.