Fritillaria are members of the Liliaceae family. The genus is native to temperate regions, in particular the Mediterranean and Middle East.
There is an abundance of varieties ranging from the tall stately Imperialis that grow to a height of around 1 metre to those such as the delightful Meleagris that grows from 15 to 40 cm high. They are all characterised by bell-shaped flowers, some single others in umbrels or clustered around a central stem. The impressive Imperialis have generally large orange or yellow bells arranged in a crown at the top of a straight sturdy stem whereas the Persica varieties have dark purple or greenish-white bells.
FRITILLARIA LUTEA (YELLOW) BULBS (CROWN IMPERIAL LILY) SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA MELEAGRIS (SNAKESHEAD LILY) SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA MIXED ( 1 RED, 1YELLOW, 1 ORANGE ) BULBS (CROWN IMPERIAL LILY) SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA PERSICA ADIYAMAN) GREENISH-MAUVE - PURPLE SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA PERSICA ALBA ADIYAMAN SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA RUBRA MAXIMA (RED) BULBS (CROWN IMPERIAL LILY) SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA UVA-VULPIS (FOX’S GRAPE) SPRING PERENNIAL
FRITILLARIA AURORA (ORANGE) BULBS (CROWN IMPERIAL LILY) SPRING PERENNIAL