b'W I L D F L O W E R M E A D O W S : A p p e a r a n c e s c a n b e d e c e p t i v ei i i ) B u l b sWildflowersalsocomeasbulbse.g.Fritillariasand Bluebells.Theformerarebestboughtwholesaleand planted in the Autumn, albeit pots can be bought ready grown in the Spring, but tend to be squirrel food then. Conversely, Bluebells and Snowdrops are best bought in January-February, in the green, from commercial growers. Plant early and they will flower that season, dramatically extendingtheseasonofinterest,forbulbsareoften overlooked when meadows are created. Other non-native bulbs, e.g. Camassias, can complement the meadow, againMass planting of Narcissi Denzel enjoying the snowdrops & crocusesextending the season of interest.Delicate Camassias set around an old willow tree Grassy slope bejewelled with Fritillaria8'