Emerging like bright yellow stars from the soil, at the same time as snowdrops, Aconites herald the start of lengthening days in the garden.
Perfect for mixing with snowdrops, and for colonising and naturalising under trees, or shady spots. Once planted, they will die back this season, and emerge stronger and better every February, slowly spreading out to gently cover small areas.
Service rating : See below, plants were a mess when they arrived, no holes in the plastic bags, so I don't think the packaging was as it should have been. Post took a long time to deliver, but lack of holes in bag may have made the rot worse.
Product : Received email saying aconites dispatched on Wednesday 24 March, it arrived EIGHT days later. The contents of the two packs were slimy and mushy, with no green leaves left, what a mess! These were certainly not in the green when they arrived. The bulbs had not rotted, so I planted them and hope they will grow.
Service rating : The plants arrived quite quickly.
Product : The plants were as described and in good condition.
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