Flower Bulbs

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The Suttons Seeds Flower Bulbs come in a host of exotic, unusual and popular varieties for borders, containers and indoors – once grown, many will be ideal for cutting. Unless otherwise stated, varieties are half hardy: these bulbs prefer a sunny, sheltered spot and should be protected from frost in winter, either by mulching or lifting and storing. Flower bulb sizes are given in centimetres and refer to the circumference of each bulb except for begonias and gloxinias where the sizes refer to the bulb diameter.

There are plenty of flower bulbs which you will want to grow such as the eye-catching Dahlias, scented Lilies and spring-flowering Daffodils!

Browse our range of flower bulbs and plant something different today – we also stock a fine selection of accessories to get the best from your flower plants. Quality guaranteed!

If you have ordered bulbs and would like to know the latest despatch information, view the online Despatch Schedule.

  1. All Bulbs

    All Bulbs

    Bulbs are a great way to provide seasonal colour in the garden.
  2. Spring Flowering Bulbs

    Spring Flowering Bulbs

  3. Autumn Flowering Bulbs

    Autumn Flowering Bulbs

  4. Begonia Tubers

    Begonia Tubers

    Begonias will bloom for months
  5. Crocus Bulbs

    Crocus Bulbs

    Plant your crocus bulbs for a vibrant, colourful display
  6. Dahlia Tubers

    Dahlia Tubers

    Eye-catching plants for Borders
  7. Daffodils

    Daffodils

    Wide Range of Spring Flowering Daffodil Bulbs
  8. Gladioli Corms

    Gladioli Corms

    For garden, Vase or exhibition
  9. Lily Bulbs

    Lily Bulbs

    Intensely scented and ideal for cutting
  10. Tulip Bulbs

    Tulip Bulbs

    Only the Best Tulip Bulbs from Suttons
  11. Summer Bulbs Pick and Mix

    Summer Bulbs Pick and Mix

    Any 4 or packs and get the 4th pack free!
  12. Cut Flower Wall Chart and Growing Guide

    Cut Flower Wall Chart and Growing Guide