These beauties are happy even in dry sites, as long as they have reasonable amounts of moisture during the Spring flowering season.

  • Find somewhere in the garden that’s free-draining, and gets full sun or part shade.
  • Loosen the soil to a depth of 15cm, and mix in some Bulb Food, or a general purpose fertilizer.
  • Plant just 4-6cm deep, and about the same distance for spacings (pointy side of the bulb facing upwards)
  • Give them a good watering to get the Bulbs kickstarted.

For a full overview of how to plant Ornithogalum visit our Gardeners Guide.