It is not only of great importance to insects that the flower bulbs you plant in your garden are organically grown, but also that there is continuity in the range of flowers at every moment in time (the 'gestation').
The flowers you see here are flowers that attract honeybees, wild bees, butterflies and other insects.This means that bees and insects can easily find the nectar and the pollen and feed themselves to this. (The ornamental tulips and ornamental narcissus can be found in 'tulips - 20 types of long-stemmed' and 'daffodils - 19 species'.)
If you take good care of these bee flower bulbs as well, they like to multiply and after a few years you can enjoy a garden full of spring splendor!
Below you will find them in order of flowering:
Begin Febr - Maart hoogte 15 cm€4,10 Unit price: €0,00 / Centimeter
Half febr. - March height 20 cm€4,75 Unit price: €0,00 / Centimeter