About Freesia Bulbs
Bulbous plants thrive under adverse conditions such as poor soil or shade, and are therefore well suited to use in a garden. Varieties can be chosen that bloom at various times of year. They can be intermingled with other plants, used in pots, or even placed in the lawn or underneath fruit trees.
A wide range of colors and an alluring floral fragrance make freesia hard to resist. With up to eight trumpet-shaped, upward-pointing blossoms on leafless stems, freesias make delightful cut flowers that last a long time in the vase. The freesia bulb plant is easy to force indoors on sunny windowsills.
Freesias are one of the world’s most popular cut flowers. They are loved for their pure colors, long vase life and sweet perfume. Freesias bulbs may be grown at home in containers or in a garden for spring or summer blooms. Here you can get different color varieties of freesia bulbs like white, red, yellow, purple, pink, and orange.