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Throw & Grow Collection
Pack of 205

The Throw and Grow Collection is exactly that – simply throw lightly cover with soil watch them grow!
This easy care selection of spring bulbs will provide lots of colour at a very special price.

The Collection comprises:
50 Spring Star
50 Freesia Mixed
50 Sparaxis Mixed
50 Grape Hyacinths
5 Spanish Bells Blue
All varieties individually packaged.

Great Value –  Buy in bulk and save.

Supplied as dormant bulbs.

Orders containing this item will be dispatched from March.

Availability: OUT OF STOCK/OUT OF SEASON! Available to order from January to May, unless sold out.


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At Garden Express, we want to ensure that you have a positive purchasing experience. On the off chance your plants get stuck in the mail or haven’t arrived in the best condition, we ask that you reach out to us promptly with any concerns or issues. You can contact us via email at [email protected] or by phone at 1300 606 242, Monday to Friday EST, contacting us through social media platforms may be less reliable, so we encourage you to use our email.

Please note that it’s important to get in touch with our customer service team within 7 days of receiving your order if you have any concerns as claims regarding arrival condition after 7 days of arrival will not be recognised.

Please also remember not to dispose of any items until you’ve spoken to us, as to be eligible for a replacement, credit, or refund, we may request photos or additional information for any item(s) in question.

If you need to make a return, please contact our Customer Service department via email at [email protected] or by phone at 1300 606 242 for authorisation before proceeding. Once again contacting us through social media platforms may be less reliable, so we encourage you to use our email or phone number for a smoother experience.

It is also important to mention that discounted ‘end-of-season’ stock is sold on an ‘as is’ basis and is exempt from this guarantee. While this stock is generally sound, we recommend planting these items as soon as possible.


Our team packs and dispatches each day based on the best timing of delivery service to your state.  This way we can ensure your order is in transit for the shortest time possible.

Delivery is normally via Australia Post with larger orders delivered via StarTrack Express* courier. We service virtually all areas of Australia with only those areas not serviced by these organisations being excluded (e.g. remote islands and Territories such as Christmas Island, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, Cocos Islands, Groote Eylandt). We do not deliver outside Australia but happily deliver orders placed from overseas for Australian delivery. Our regular delivery charge for basic items is $12.50 Australia-wide, regardless of the number of items ordered. Due to their higher freight costs, bulky or heavy products such as roses, large pots and a small number of hard goods have higher delivery charges. The summary of all current delivery options is:

  • Basic Postage $12.50: Applies to orders NOT containing Roses, 120mm and larger pots/grow-bags, Bare-rooted Trees, Composting Buckets, nor any items with individually specified delivery charges, all delivered at one time, will incur the normal $12.50 freight charge. These items are referred to as “Basic Items“.
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  • Small Trees & Large Pots $25.50: Applies to orders containing Trixie Fruit Trees, Dwarf Fruit Trees, Lilac Trees, Standard and/or Patio Roses, 160mm up to a 200mm pot/grow-bags, together with other products delivered at the same time will incur a $25.50 freight charge.
  • Large Items $35.00: Applies to orders containing Bare-rooted Trees, Bagged Trees, Weeping Roses, Larger items or pots/grow-bags greater than 200mm, together with other products delivered at the same time, will incur a $35.00 freight charge. Remote areas may incur an additional Freight charge but we will notify customers individually if this is the case.
  • Orders containing products with explicitly stated delivery charges will incur charges as detailed in the individual product description.
  • Order Split Fee: Some items may be delayed due to climatic or growing habits prevent them from being harvested at the time of being offered for purchase.  You will be offered a choice to wait until all items on your order are available or to receive what is currently available for an additional freight charge of $5.00.
  • We continue to maintain the simplest form of postage costs for the large variety of products we range, however in occasional circumstances of oversized orders and/or delivery location, the cost of freight can significantly impact delivery of an order therefore we reserve the right to refuse the order or contact the customer to discuss freight options and pricing.

Orders containing products from two different seasons (eg Rose or spring bulb pre-orders) that require separate deliveries will incur two delivery charges at the relevant rates (unless a free freight offer applies). A $5.00 Quarantine Inspection Surcharge applies in addition to the Delivery Charge for orders delivered to Tasmania, Northern Territory and Western Australia due to the increased complexity of quarantine requirements.

As quarantine inspections apply to each delivery, 2 quarantine charges will apply where orders contain products from different seasons.   *Please note that if you order large items (eg Patio, Standard or Weeping Roses, Fruit Trees) you must specify a street address for the delivery address. StarTrack Express generally do not deliver to PO Boxes or RSD addresses so your order will be held until a suitable address is obtained. In rural areas, StarTrack may deliver to physical addresses such as general stores that act as Australia Post agencies but we suggest you check with them first. Where ‘Free Delivery’ vouchers apply to an order, details of the voucher should be entered in the “Your message to us” field. Orders (except Pre-orders) are normally despatched within 7-14 working days from the time of ordering during busy periods. Delivery times may be extended during peak periods (typically following the release of the latest catalogue), extended public holidays, if extreme weather conditions are not suitable for live plant transport or as detailed in the product description.
Individual items may be back-ordered to avoid delaying the delivery of other items. Please allow additional delivery time for orders to Tasmania, Northern Territory and Western Australia due to quarantine restrictions.


Please note: Some orders may not be possible to parts of Australia due to quarantine and some items may carry unique delivery charges. Check full delivery policy.

Common Name: FREESIAS
Botanical Name: Freesia x hybrida
Family Name: Iridaceae
Plant Type: Bulb Size: 25-40cm H x 7-10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 5-10cm Depth: 7cm
Flowering: Spring
Positioning: Prefers full sun but tolerates very light shade for part of the day
General Information: Grows well in warm to cool zones but is unsuitable for the tropics or extreme cold areas. Can tolerate temperatures down to 0°C.
Watering: Water after planting and soak weekly while plants are in bud or flower, but at other times watering is only needed if very dry.
Fertilising: Prefers addition of slow release granules to soil prior to planting. Top dress 6 weeks after shoots appear.
Soil: Well drained.
Lifting & Storage: Can be left in the ground or lifted and stored if clumps become too thick. If lifting wait until the leaves have turned yellow, dry and dust off bulbs with a cloth and store in a warm and airy position.
Pests: Bait snails and slugs.
Tips: If using for cut flowers, cut when the lowest flower on the spike is open, as this will ensure long vase life. Tall varieties may need support.

Common Name: MUSCARI
Also known as: Grape Hyacinth
Botanical Name: Muscari armeniacum
Family Name: Hyacinthaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Size: 15cm H x 7cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 10cm Depth: 5cm
Flowering: Late Winter to Spring
Positioning: Full sun to partial shade
General Information: Fully hardy, suitable for all climates except sub/tropical or semi arid.
Watering: Only necessary if the ground begins to dry out due to insufficient rainfall.
Fertilising: Add organic or chemical fertiliser to ground before planting. Top dress as buds appears.
Soil: Well drained.
Lifting & Storage: Bulbs can be left undisturbed for many years. As clumps and borders thicken fertilising becomes important. Dig when foliage turns yellow.
Pests: Very hardy to pests and diseases. Bait snails and slugs during growing period.
Tips: Plant in long borders as an edging plant.

Common Name: SPANISH BELLS Also known as Scilla & Blue Bells
Botanical Name: Hyacinthoides hispanica
Family Name: Hyacinthaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Size: 40-45cm H x 10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 10cm Depth: 8cm
Flowering: Late Spring
Positioning: Will do best in a shaded area, or in a position that receives morning sun and afternoon shade.
General Information: Suitable for temperate and Mediterranean climates. Does best in cooler climates with temperatures down to 0°C.
Watering: Requires regular soakings in spring, but during summer can be kept dry.
Fertilising: Work compost, leaf meld or rotted manure through the soil before planting, this will increase fertility and improve drainage, then fertilise every winter when foliage appears.
Soil: Well drained, rich in organic matter.
Lifting & Storage: Generally a carefree plant that you can forget about, Spanish Bells enjoy being left to thicken into clumps. Digging may be necessary every 2-3 years or so to divide clumps into smaller groups. If digging is required do so in January.
Pests: Pests and disease are rare.
Tips: To tell which way to plant them, look for scales folded around each other, this is the top and should be planted with the top facing up. Once you have planted them, add a 10cm thick layer of mulch to insulate. Each spring remove
spent flower stems. One of the latest Spring flowering bulbs.

Common Name: SPARAXIS
Also known as: Harlequin
Botanical Name: Sparaxis tricolor
Family Name: Iridaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Size: 25-40cm H x 10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 5-10cm Depth: 6cm
Flowering: Spring
Positioning: Full Sun
General Information: Suitable for all climates. Sparaxis generally grow with ease but growth may be affected in areas where the soil freezes.
Watering: During their dormancy phase Sparaxis are not water hungry. Once growth appears start watering, and even then only give an occasional deep watering.
Fertilising: Six weeks after shoots appear top dress with a complete fertiliser.
Soil: Well drained soil.
Lifting & Storage: When clumps become too thick, dig them up once the foliage has turned yellow, clean and store until autumn.This may only be needed every 4-5 years.
Pests: Generally pest free but it may be beneficial to spray for insects and bait snails when buds appear.
Tips: In very cold areas they can be lifted in autumn and replanted in spring. They can be grown in pots and make great cut flowers.

Common Name: SPRING STAR
Botanical Name: Ipheion uniflorum
Family Name: Alliaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Size: 15-20cm H x 7-10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 7cm Depth: 4cm
Flowering: Late Winter to Spring
Positioning: Full sun to light shade.
General Information: Suitable for all climates except tropical. Frost tender.
Watering: Only required through dry winter spells. Can become water logged in winter, but will thrive in well drained soil.
Fertilising: Prepare soil with complete fertiliser or animal manure. A yearly top-dressing with a complete fertiliser is sufficient to maintain excellent growth and multiplication.
Soil: Thrives in most soil types.
Lifting & Storage: Spring star can be left undisturbed for many years, however after some time the clumps may become too thick in which case they can be dug up and divided. If they do need to be lifted wait until the leaves turn yellow and lay flat.
Pests: Spring star are extremely resistant to both pests and diseases. Bait slugs and snails during growing period if necessary.
Tips: When grown under trees or shrubs, plants will become naturalized. Spring star make striking borders and are great in rock gardens. When planting, remember to allow some extra space for multiplication, which will occur quite rapidly.