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Fritillaria uva-vulpis

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By Meanie


Fritillaria uva-vulpis (Fritillaria uva-vulpis (Foxs Grape))

They are another firm fave of mine.



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Are these in pots or in the ground?

11 Apr, 2015

 

In the ground - they're fully hardy.

11 Apr, 2015

 

OK ours are in pots at the mo, so will plant them in the ground and wait for the slugs/snails to find them lol

12 Apr, 2015

 

Just do as I did - plant them next to something that is much rarer and they will leave these alone!!!!

They will romp away in the ground just as much as the Snakeshead Frits do.

12 Apr, 2015

 

They look very dainty...!;o)

13 Apr, 2015

 

Looks are deceptive PT - it spreads like wildfire!

15 Apr, 2015



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