Loose bulbs are available in the garden centre in Spring and Autumn.

The bulbs we plant in the Spring will flower in the summer and the bulbs we plant in the autumn are to enjoy in flower in the Spring.

The first flowers in Spring are often from bulbs. Snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils herald Spring. There are hundreds of tulips and daffodils to choose from and every year our selection for the garden centre will be different

Amongst the best known summer flowering bulbs are our namesake the Liliums. Lots of exotic blooms in different heights and colours. Alliums are always popular too with their big round globes of flowers and Nerines are wonderful for late season colour.

Our Top Ten list for you is types of bulbs rather than named varieties as our selection varies every year.

Check out the seasonal section to see what bulbs are in stock just now.

Top Ten Bulbs



The ornamentals of the onion family, they have flowers of white or shades of blue through to purple. They flower mostly in May to June.

Soil: Well drained soil
Situation: Prefer full sun


COLCHICUM Autumn flowering crocus

Easy to grow in good deep moisture retentive soil. The flowers appear in Autumn and the leaves follow in Spring. The leaves need to die down to replenish the corm.

Situation: Full sun



One of the first flowers of Spring in a riot of colours. There are hundreds to choose from.

Soil: Well drained soil
Situation: Sunny site



The common snowdrop is exceptionally hardy and easy to grow. We recommend that you buy "in the green" in late spring after they have flowered.

Soil: Fertile well drained soil
Situation: Semi-shade



Bluebells (English) Graceful,nodding stems of blue which naturalise beautifully.

Soil: Moist but not boggy, humus-rich soil
Situation: Sun or semi-shade


IRIS reticulata

Early flowering dwarf iris which are well suited to containers and rockeries. They need to be kept well drained.

Soil: Any well drained garden soil
Situation: Sunny site



There are many different Lilies. All showy but not all scented. Good for summer colour in borders or pots and a wonderful cut flower.

Soil: Well drained soil
Situation: Best in full sun


MUSCARI Grape Hyacinth

Little blue or white flowers in Spring. Good at the front of borders or natuarlised in borders.

Soil: Any well drained garden soil
Situation: Sunny position



Easy to grow. There are hundreds to choose from. There are little dwarf ones for the rockery and tall growing ones for naturalising in the garden.

Soil: Rich moist soil with good drainage
Situation: Full sun or semi-shade



Fantastic range of colours, textures and heights.

Soil: Any well drained garden soil
Situation: Sunny position

Opening Times

We are open 7 days again but under strict coronavirus rules, there is a one-way system operating and one person at a time at the till and we do ask that you keep strictly to the 2 metre social distancing rules for the sake of our staff and other customers. Please use the hand sanitizer when you enter the garden centre. We are continuing meantime with free local deliveries for those who would rather stay at home and we would like to thank you all for your tremendous support through these difficult times

When leaving an order by email or on our social media outlets, please include a phone number so we can contact you to arrange payment, (please be aware that demand has been very high and some stocks are low so it is better if you can phone to discuss your requirements)

Open Monday to Saturday 9.00am to 5pm and from 10.00am to 5.00pm on Sunday

For those who can't visit we are happy to send plants by mail or carrier,

01463 741698 or 01463 741365


10 Loaneckheim


Near Beauly



From Inverness you head west on the A862 then take the A833 to Kiltarlity.

Once through the Village just follow the signs for 'Garden Centre'.