||September (flowerbulb planting time)
The many yellow and purple flowers of Fritillaria michailovskyi make it a stunner. Fritillaria michailovskyi is not the easiest of bulbs. She’s winter hardy but can’t stand wet conditions, especially in the winter. Plant her therefore in a well-drained spot, such as in a raised bed, a rock garden, or in a terracotta pot. Fritillaria michailovskyi doesn't actually mind a little shade.
Fritillaria michailovskyi was discovered and recorded in 1904 by Michailovski, and is native to the mountains of northeastern Turkey.
The loose bulb of Fritillaria michailovskyi is prone to drying out: after receiving your order please plant directly.