Miscellaneous A-Z

At Capital Gardens we have collected so many bulbs and seeds, we have even managed to exhaust the different categories and genus. These bulbs and seeds which have proven hard to place have been collected and housed together in the Capital Gardens miscellaneous page. If there’s a seed or bulb which you cannot find elsewhere on the Capital Gardens website – there’s a good chance that it can be located in the miscellaneous collection

From garlic bulbs to Over the Rainbow flowering bulbs – the miscellaneous bulb range is full of products which can complement your vegetable patch or flowerbed. If you can’t find the bulb you are looking for, call our dedicated Plant People on 0208 874 2037 and they will endeavour to help you find exactly what you are looking for.

Help with Gardening 

As well as retailing high quality bulbs and gardening products – the Capital Gardens team are dedicated to helping all gardeners (regardless of experience or expertise) turn their gardens into a beautiful and fruitful place to enjoy. Our trained and passionate team will accommodate all requests and offer comprehensive help and guidance.

From advice about when to plant the seeds and bulbs to help deciding which genus of flowers complement one another – our team will offer guidance from years of experience working with Capital Gardens and maintaining their own home gardens.

Trusted Seeds

All of the seeds in the miscellaneous range from Capital Gardens and available throughout the site have been sourced from trusted and hugely experienced growers – ensuring you will be receiveing the highest quality of seeds.

Buying with Capital Gardens can offer peace of mind to experienced and beginner gardeners alike that the bulbs will be robust and the flowers are beautiful. All of the seeds we sell are ones we’d be happy to plant in our own gardens.

  • Iris Lady Beatrix Stanley Taylors bulbs

    Iris Lady Beatrix Stanley Taylors bulbs

    This iris bulb has rich blue flowers with white feathering and a yellow stripe down each centre of the falls.

    • Flowering height 15cm
    • Flowering time February/March
    • Should be positioned in the full sun and partial shade

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £5.99
  • Muscari Valerie Finnis Taylor bulbs

    Muscari Valerie Finnis Taylor bulbs

    These bulbs are ideal for boarders, planters and rock gardens and perfect for almost any garden.

    • Muscari Valerie Finnis Taylors bulbs
    • Flowers during March/April
    • Flowering height 15cm/6”
    • Plant position should be kept in the sun and shade
    • Plant spacing 8cm

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99
  • Lily Salmon Flavour Taylors

    LILY SALMON FLAVOUR

    Lily (Lilium) is a genus of herbaceous flowering plant growing from the bulbs, they are all usually large prominent flowers. Orange Tiger Lily has pale pink undertones at the edges of each petal and a apricot tint in the centre of the flower. The flower usually starts to bloom around July and the orientation of the flower grows out facing downwards.

    • Prefers the sun and moist but well-drained soil
    • Blooms mid to late summer

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99
  • Taylors Lily Curly Sue

    Taylors Lily Curly Sue

    This type of lily has shades of both white and pink and has pointed tips that are lightly freckled with a maroon shade and orange coloured stamens. Should be planted around autumn to mid spring the reason for this is to help them settle in to become better established before they start putting on their new spring growth. This is a better option to do spring planting because during the winter your soil might get heavy and wet during the winter.

    • Full sun
    • Well-drained soil that is enriched with leaf mould or a loam-based potting compost
    • The rate or growth is average
    • Flowering period is around July to August

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99
  • Irish Red Ember Taylors bulbs

    Irish Red Ember Taylors bulbs

    Unique bulbs that will look great in boarders, beds, box, planters in the garden or on a patio or balcony. They make good cutting flowers and have a very unusual shape making them worth having in your garden.

    • Flowering May/June
    • Height 70cm
    • Spacing 45cm
    • Keep in full sun
    • Moisture-well drained

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99
  • Bluebells (Hyancinthoides Non-Scripta) Taylors Bulbs

    Hyacinthoides non-scripta. Fragrant blue flowers grown from English cultivated stocks

    £5.99
  • Camassia Leichtlinii Caerulea Taylors Bulbs

    The ‘Camassia Leichtlinii Caerulea’ produces loose spires of blue or lilac, star shaped flowers appearing on top of tall stems in late spring. Originally from damp meadowsland in North America, this bulbous perennial is perfect for naturalising in a wildflower meadow. It will happily grow in moist soil with partial shade as long as the soil doesn’t become water logged. Take advantage of its brief flowering season to brighten up a border before summer perennials take over.

    Plant your bulbs 8cm deep and 20cm apart in big groups in the autumn. Try to plant them where they will remain for several years as they resent being moved. In cold areas, apply a generous layer of mulch in autumn.

    Height: 130cm

    Spread: 100cm

    Flowering: May

    One bag contains 2 bulbs

     

     

     

    This product is available at the following Garden Centres:

    • Alexandra Palace Garden Centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden Centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden Centre
    £2.99
  • Iris Lady Beatrix Stanley Taylors Bulbs

    Very early and fragrant violet blue flowers with a white flecked centre

    £3.99
  • Chionodoxa Luciliae Taylors Bulbs

    ‘Chionodoxa Luciliae’ produces a spray of tiny, star shaped gentian blue flowers from February to March and slender, strap-shaped, mid green leaves.

    Versatile and easy to grow, they are perfect for a sunny well drained borders or naturalising under deciduous shrubs and trees. Plant in bold drifts 8cm deep in September for a spectacular early spring display.

    Winner of the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit.

    Height: 15cm

    Spread: 5cm

    Flowering: March-April

    One bag contains 25 bulbs.

     

     

     

    This product is available at the following Garden Centres:

    • Alexandra Palace Garden Centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden Centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden Centre
    £2.99
  • Chionodoxa Luciliae Alba Taylors Bulbs

    ‘Chionodoxa Luciliae Alba’ is one of the finest flowering bulbs, producing a wealth of white-star shaped flowers. Closely related to Scilla, Chionodoxa are the perfect choice for rockeries or borders, and can be left to naturalise over time. They will establish quickly and will flower in March- April producing a breath taking carpet of white.

    This early spring flower can be planted 5cm deep and 5cm apart. They should be planted in very fertile and well drained soil in a position with plenty of sunlight.

    They can also be grown in pots, provided they are not forced. It is best to put the pots in the ground in such a way that the brim of the pot is level with the soil. Please make sure that the pots are kept outdoors until the bulbs have made strong shoots. The pots can be given a place near to the light in a not too warm room, where the bulbs will soon come into flower. The soil must be kept damp.

    Height: 15cm

    Spread: 5cm

    Flowering: March-April

    One bag contains 12 bulbs.

     

     

     

    This product is available at the following Garden Centres:

    • Alexandra Palace Garden Centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden Centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden Centre
    £2.49
  • Chionodoxa Pink Giant Taylors Bulbs

    ‘Chionodoxa Pink Giant’ is one of the finest flowering bulbs that produces a wealth of large pure pink star-shaped flowers. Closely related to the Scilla, Chionodoxa are an excellent choice for rockeries or for borders, and can be left to naturalise over time. Producing five to ten flowers per stem, these bulbs are best planted in clumps where they will establish quickly and will flower in March-April.

    This early spring flower can be planted at 5cm deep and 5cm apart. They should be planted in very fertile and well drained soil with plenty of sunlight.

    They will grow happily in pots provided they are not forced. It is best to put the pots in the ground in a way that the brim of the pot is level with the soil. Please make sure that the pots are kept outdoors until the bulbs have made strong shoots. The pots can be given a place near to the light in a not too warm room, where the bulbs will soon come into flower. The soil must also be kept damp.

    Height: 15cm

    Spread: 5cm

    Flowering: March- April

    One bag contains 12 bulbs.

     

     

     

    This product is available at the following Garden Centres:

    • Alexandra Palace Garden Centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden Centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden Centre
    £2.99
  • Iris Reticulata Taylors Bulbs

    Rich blue flowers dwarf variety

    £2.99