Hyacinthoides English Bluebells from $8.99
English bluebells provide blooms in shay gardens. If you have shadier conditions in your gardens, this is a wonderful choice. It is happiest under trees with part to full shade conditions. Planting and Maintenance Information: Plant in small groups in a meadow or in masses. Allow leaves to die down naturally and the flowers will come back year after year. Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade Planting Depth: 3 Bulbs per Square Foot: 12 Mature Height: 8-12 Inches Bloom Time: Blooms late spring Bulb Size: 6/+ cm USDA Zone: 2-10 English Bluebells Features: Deer Resistant Winter Hardy Fragrant
Fritillaria Mixture - Checkered Lily, 1572 Heirloom from $5.99
One of our oldest heirloom bulbs, Checkered Lily It must be planted in the fall right away as the bulb is somewhat small like a crocus but is a bit more fragile. But the good news is once it’s planted, it’s hardy and wonderful! Checkered Fritillaria are amazing plants. They are recorded as early as 1572 for how long they have been cultivated. Grass-like foliage and a sturdy stem support a unique checkered pattern flower. Easy to grow in moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. They multiply naturally year after year. Planting and Maintenance Information: Plant in groups where the unique color will get noticed. Allow foliage to die down naturally and it will come back year after year. Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade Planting Depth: 3 Bulbs per Square Foot: 12 Mature Height: 8-10 Inches Bloom Time: Blooms mid spring Bulb Size: 6/+cm USDA Zone: 3-10 Checkered Lily Features: Deer Resistant Winter Hardy Starts shipping in September
Camas Lily, Camassia Quamash from $4.99 $34.95
Camassia arrives every fall and we take pre-orders starting in March. It provides a native naturalized patch and is much easier to establish form bulb form vs native. Description: Grass-like foliage and sturdy stems support a unique multi-petaled flower. Camassias are easy to grow in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Planting and Maintenance Information: North American Native plant that creates a stunning display in the garden when planted in groups with pale late flowering tulips. Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade Planting Depth: 3 Bulbs per Square Foot: 9 Mature Height: 12-14 inches Bloom Time: Blooms mid spring Bulb Size: 6/+ cm USDA Zones: 3-9 Camas Lily Features: Deer Resistant Container Plant Winter Hardy Cut Flower Ships in September
Anemone Coronaria 'De Caen Mixture' from $8.99 $11.99
Anemone Coronaria 'De Caen Mixture' Anemones are very rewarding in the garden for their long blooming period in Spring. They make excellent cut flowers lasting up to 10 days, for this reason they are hit with florists. USDA Zones 4-11 Starts in mid-spring when established. The will bloom with 90 days of planting their first year. Bloom Duration: up to 10 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun to Full Shade Bloom Color: Reds, Pinks, Whites, Purples, Blues Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, or Cut Gardens 10” tall Key Planting Tips Soak the corns so that they almost double in size. I like to leave the water on a slight trickle to encourage oxygen in the water for 15 minutes or so. Plant in full sun to partial shade, 3" inches deep. Space each bulb 4-6" apart. Water deeply the first time and then do not water until leaves break the surface.
Leucojum Giant Snowdrop from $8.99
Mounds of green foliage support arching chalice-shaped flowers. Easy to grow in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Also called Summer Snowflakes. Plant a large number of bulbs in clusters to create a dramatic effect. Planting and Maintenance Information: Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade Planting Depth: 5 Bulbs per Square Foot: 12 Mature Height: 14-16 Inches Bloom Time: Blooms late spring Bulb Size: 10/12 cm USDA Zone: 4-10 Giant Snowdrop Features: Deer Resistant Winter Hardy Container Plant
Glory of the Snow - Chionodoxa 'Blue Giant' 1800's Heirloom Bulbs from $3.95
Glory of the Snow are a welcomed sight after a long winter. Blue Giant is part of the Chionodoxa forbesii family and is named after James Forbe, an English botanist in the 19th Century. This flower is larger, and blooms longer than other Glory of the Snow varities. Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on as they are critter proof. Pair them with Fritillaria Meleagris, crocuses, or snowdrops. USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Bloom Color: Blue We ship them starting in September Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 4” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4” deep or double the height of the bulb. You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect. Provide a low nitrogen fertilizer when they come up in spring or make sure you add compost in the fall when you plant them to feed them with what they need to look fabulous in your landscape.