Triteleia Queen Fabiola (Brodiaea )
Delivery: From end August
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.
|Planting position||Front, Middle|
|Month of Blooming||June, July|
|Planting Time||Autumn, Winter|
|Special Features||Good for Cut Flowers, Naturalising|
|Garden Position||Sun, Partial shade|
|Type of Soil||Fertile, Well Drained|
|Suitable for Pots||Yes|
|Planting density (per m2)||75-100|
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.