According to Adam Taylor, director of the family business based in Holbeach, the last variety is now in flower with the first flowers having started in mid-December last year.
He said: "The varieties in question are just as we would expect with Spring Dawn flowering first and Pheasant’s Eye being our last variety to flower. However, never before has the 'Spring Dawn' been so early and then for Pheasant’s Eye to be so late in the same flowering season.
Spring Dawn 16 December 2015 -Taylor's Bulbs
"The normal expectations might be for 16 weeks of colour, but we have recorded flowers over a 24 week period this season and the relatively cool weather now means this is about to stretch into 25 weeks."
Commercial director John Taylor said: "In my 55 years working in the bulb industry, I’ve never known such a season as the one we are experiencing this year. Although we can experience an early season or a late season, the two have never normally come combined together like this.
"We don’t know what the effect of this will be on the bulb yield as there is no experience of this, but there are always quirks of nature that we learn about with each occurrence. Lifting the bulbs will start in about four weeks."