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Can’t decide what to pick? We've put together a collection of our most requested and popular bulbs and plants. We tried to keep it to a Top 10 Spring Flowering Bulbs but all these stunners have proven their success with our many loyal customers so we decided to share them all with you here and make your bulb planting that little bit easier.
Our top 10 selling flower bulbs
Peter Nyssen are known for their extraordinarily large ranges of flower bulbs. Not only are you spoilt for choice but our bulb prices are some of the lowest on the internet.
How do we do it? We have been in the industry for a long time, over 60 years, and we know a thing or two about bulbs. Our warehouse is in the heart of the bulb growing fields of Hillegom.
Tulips, daffodils, alliums and all of our bulbs are packed by us so we can keep a close eye on quality too.
Over the years we have seen bulbs come and go. In recent years, since the arrival of social media, the world of gardening has been opened up. So many people are sharing their interests and giving inspiration to millions. It has been wonderful to see your gardens come to life from winter onwards.
In this collection of bulbs we have shared the bulbs that regularly appear, either in magazines and newspapers or in your social media posts.
These bulbs have been our top selling flowers year after year. It’s clear to see why.
When it comes to springtime gardens you have great taste.
- The tall and elegant Ballerina and luxurious Copper Image are two timeless tulips.
- 3 of the most memorable daffodils, each with their own singular character. The bird like Thalia, the all time classic Pheasant Eye and the darling of the narcissus world Tete a Tete!
- Allium Purple Sensation speaks for itself. 100s of the richest purple flowers all emanating from a singular stem. An essential allium bulb for early summer, feeding pollinators and standing tall above your perennial beds.
- Gladiolus Byzantinus is another highly pigmented flower. A member of the gladioli family, tall stems decorated with delicate flowers sway in the spring breeze. Worth planting in large numbers to sit triumphantly at the back of your beds.
- And not forgetting our wild favourites.
- Bluebells, a national treasure,
- Camassia a champion of the grasslands
- And the woodland wonder Fritillaria Meleagris, the Snakeshead lily.
If these bulbs were the only bulbs you bought this year, you wouldn’t be disappointed.
Still, with hundreds more flowers on offer, explore a little deeper into the world of tulips, daffodils and much more…