FAQ

We have placed the questions we are often asked below in a handy overview. With the corresponding answers of course.

Because you'll enjoy nourishing a bulb into a longer blooming flower.

We ship to Germany, France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, United States, Canada, and The Netherlands.

The flower bulbs will be delivered in October of this year. You'll be notified by email as soon as we start sending them out.

All shipping costs are already included in the price: you won't pay additional costs for delivery.

Step 1
Dig a hole in the ground. Separate holes for separate bulbs, and a bigger hole for a small cluster of bulbs.

Step 2
Place the bulb in the hole with the pointy end (the nose) upwards.

Make sure that tulips and daffodils are about 15 cm (6 inch) below the surface, and bulb mixes and pot flowers about 10 cm (4 inch).

Space larger bulbs 7 to 15 cm (3 to 6 inch) and smaller bulbs 3 to 7 cm (1 to 3 inch) away from each other.

Step 3
Cover the bulbs with soil.

Note for bulbs in a pot: in winter you should store the pot with the bulbs frost-free, or you can cover the pot.

Many spring-blooming flower bulbs perform best in a (partially) sunny spot. As long as there is good water drainage, flower bulbs grow well in almost any environment.

Spring-blooming flower bulbs must be planted in autumn because they require a cold period of time before they can bloom in spring. We advise you to plant your flower bulbs as soon as you receive them.

In case you need to store them for a while, keep them in a dry, cool and dark environment between 10Cº and 15Cº (50Fº - 59Fº).

Your flowers will bloom between March and May next year.

This is possible for a maximum of 14 days after purchase. After that your order will be processed and you can no longer cancel.