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Fritillaria raddeana is related to the Crown Imperials but rather shorter and more subtle with a less formal arrangement of flowers in yellowish green. They root early in the autumn and then emerge early and race up to flower quickly. They will need a bit of shelter from the wind and good light, though are very resilient to cold.
Fritillaria raddeana should be planted 6-8" (15-20cm) deep in rich soil, which has had fertiliser added, preferably in loam/clay soils.They would benefit from an annual feed of potash rich fertiliser. Need a dry rest in the summer.
Height 18” (45cm)