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Snowdrops - Galanthus Single 'Woronowii' 1810 Heirloom from $8.99
Snowdrops help herald the return of Spring. They are very persistent and even a late snowfall will not that stop them. Often paired with crocuses. They have a slight fragrance so plant them by your walkways.  They also can be used for arrangements. After a long winter, it is nice to pick a bouquet from your own backyard.  'Woronowii' was introduced around 1810 and are practically deer and rodent proof.  Plant them around crocuses, tulips or other bulbs and flowers that the deer, rabbits, chipmunks and other critters like to munch on.  Just like crocuses, they don’t even need a flowerbed as they will be long gone when it is time to mow your lawn.  A natural technique is to take a few bulbs and just toss them in front of you – then plant where they land! USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Prefers Partial Shade  Bloom Color: White Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 5” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 3” deep.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect. Unlike other bulbs that can wait a little to be planted, plant Snowdrops right away once you get them.  We ship mid September to mid October.  
Crocus 'Saffron Crocus' Blooms in Fall from $8.99
Imagine harvesting your own saffron from your fall blooming Saffron Crocuses.  You get the wonderful fragrance and pops of color in the autumn months.  Plant them by your walkways or where ever you can see out a window. You can enjoy them in your gardens or flowerbeds.  We ship this plant right away separate from any order as you need to plant these right away.  USDA Zones 3 – 8 Autumn Bloom Duration: 2 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 4” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 3” deep.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect Ships mid September to mid October. Your selections will be from the current year’s crop. 
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 
Bearded Iris 'Immortality' (Rebloomer) from $8.99
‘Immortality’ Bearded Iris Reblooming Bearded Irises are a gardener’s delight. They produce gorgeous blooms twice a year! Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  Bearded Irises are extremely easy and forgiving. It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone and then again in August to September Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 29” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Bearded Iris 'Grand Canyon Sunset' from $9.95
‘Grand Canyon Sunset’ Bearded Iris Bearded Irises are wonderful. They are easy to grow and give you wonderful results.  Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. Absolutely stunning.  The colors are gorgeous.   USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 35” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October.   Photo Credit: Flickr Handle CabanaGirl  (Denise Whitney).
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Hyacinth 'Pink Pearl' 1922 Heirloom Bulbs from $8.99
The 'Pink Pearl' Hyacinth was unveiled in 1922 for public sale. Heirlooms make great additions to gardens as they have stood the test of time. Hyacinth's fragrant blooms are welcomed after a winter's quietness.  They burst open with vibrant colors creating wonderful masses of color.  They pair well with tulips and daffodils, creating dazzling displays of color.  USDA Zones 4-8 Early to Mid Spring  Bloom Duration: 2-3 weeks Cold Hardy to Zone 4 Full Sun to Partial Shade (anywhere except under conifer trees) Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, Rock Gardens, Indoor Forcing 10” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4-5” deep. They prefer rich well drained soil (like most bulbs).  Tuck them in front of beds and near entry ways or open windows to enjoy their fragrance.  We ship mid September to mid October.  
Nectaroscordum Mediterranean Bells from $8.99 $9.99
Beautiful blooms gracefully roll in the breezes, their gentle flowers sit among other popular flowers and provide gracy and whimsy to your gardens. Critters will leave this beautiful flowers alone for years of enjoyment. Planting and Maintenance Information:  Allow leaves to die down naturally and they will come back for many years. These are nice companion plants for early summer bloomers and make great cut flowers. Light Requirements: Full Sun  Planting Depth: 3 Bulbs per Square Foot: 4 Mature Height: 32-38 Inches Bloom Time: Blooms late spring Bulb Size: 8/10 cm USDA Zone: 4-8 Mediterranean Bells Features:  Deer Resistant  Fragrant Cut Flower Container Plant Winter Hardy 
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Oxalis 'Triangularis' from $6.99
Our harvest arriving in early December is SOLD OUT. We will be trying to find other growers to meet our demand.  Our next set of growing stock arrives in December. Pre-order yours today! Oxalis 'Triangularis' is grown for not only its happy, abundant flowers but for its beautiful purple foliage.  It adds color and contrast and is happy just about anywhere in the garden including containers!  This plant will work hard for you.  USDA Zones 7-11 Late Spring through Fall Full Sun (some partial sun is ok) Bloom Color: Pink & White Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, or Containers 6-12” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun to partial shade, 1-2" inches deep.  Space each bulb 4-6" apart. This plant is helpful in covering up many of the early spring foliage that doesn't always looks so nice.  We ship this plant all year round.  Please look to see if the product has pre-order on the picture as that would indicate we are waiting for our stock to arrive in September or March. 
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Hyacinth 'Gypsy Queen' 1927 Heirloom from $8.99
Gypsy Queen was unveiled in 1927.  It has blessed gardens for nearly a century.  Hyacinth's fragrant blooms are welcomed after a winter's quietness.  They burst open with vibrant colors creating wonderful masses of color.  They pair well with tulips and daffodils, creating dazzling displays of color.  USDA Zones 4-8 Early to Mid Spring  Bloom Duration: 2-3 weeks Cold Hardy to Zone 4 Full Sun to Partial Shade (anywhere except under conifer trees) Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, Rock Gardens, Indoor Forcing 10” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4-5” deep. They prefer rich well drained soil (like most bulbs).  Tuck them in front of beds and near entry ways or open windows to enjoy their fragrance.  We ship mid September to mid October.  
Bearded Iris 'Peggy Sue' ,German Iris (Reblooming) from $12.95
New Addition!  'Peggy Sue' with its pink blossoms provide you twice the show each year.  First it blooms in late spring and then again in late summer.  It is one of the few pink reblooming bearded iris and is a reliable performer.   Bearded Irises are wonderful. They are easy to grow and give you wonderful results.  Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 4 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 35” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Hyacinth 'Aida' from $8.99
Hyacinth's fragrant blooms are welcomed after a winter's quietness.  They burst open with vibrant colors creating wonderful masses of color.  They pair well with tulips and daffodils, creating dazzling displays of color.  USDA Zones 4-8 Early to Mid Spring  Bloom Duration: 2-3 weeks Cold Hardy to Zone 4 Full Sun to Partial Shade (anywhere except under conifer trees) Bloom Color: Purple Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, Rock Gardens, Indoor Forcing 10” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 4-5” deep. They prefer rich well drained soil (like most bulbs).  Tuck them in front of beds and near entry ways or open windows to enjoy their fragrance.  We ship mid September to mid October.  
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Crocus Large Flowering 'Golden Yellow' c1665 Heirloom from $5.99
Crocuses signal spring’s return. The blooms pop up even through snow and after months of winter, they may cause you to leap for joy. Plant them by your walkways or where ever you can see out a window.  They don’t even need a flowerbed as they will be long gone when it is time to mow your lawn.  A natural technique is to take a few bulbs and just toss them in front of you – then plant where they land! And it is a bonus this variety has been around for almost 400 years.  The older the bulbs that are still around are testements to their hardiness and abaility to survive extrordinary circumstances.  USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun to Partial Shade (anywhere except under conifer trees) Bloom Color: Golden Yellow Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 5” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 3” deep.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect Ships mid September to mid October. Your selections will be from the 2020 crop. 
Crocus Large Flowering 'Flower Record' c1958 Heirloom from $5.99
Crocuses signal spring’s return. The blooms pop up even through snow and after months of winter, they may cause you to leap for joy. Plant them by your walkways or where ever you can see out a window.  They don’t even need a flowerbed as they will be long gone when it is time to mow your lawn.  A natural technique is to take a few bulbs and just toss them in front of you – then plant where they land! USDA Zones 3 – 8 Late Winter to Early Spring Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun to Partial Shade (anywhere except under conifer trees) Bloom Color: Purple Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 5” tall Key Planting Tips Simply plant 3” deep.  You can plant tulips or daffodils under crocuses for a layering effect
Imperial Fritillaria 'Rubra' 1590 Heirloom Bulbs from $6.99
Fritillaria’s are amazing plants. The Rubra variety or 'Fritillaria Imperialis Rubra.' was first available in 1590.  It is not often you can enjoy a plant that has been available for more than 400 years. Each variety Is unique in shape and color. The blooms will get lots of attention especially when planted in multiples! Simply plant in the full sun and enjoy the stunning blooms for weeks.  USDA Zones 3-8 Cold Hardy Full Sun Height 36" to 40" Bloom Color: Orange Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing or Mass Planting Plant 8" Deep Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun, 8” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 6”-10” apart. Bulbs have everything they need to get started, but you can place a teaspoon of bone meal in the soil before planting and use a low nitrogen fertilizer when the first leaves appear in Spring. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Bearded Iris 'Batik' from $9.95
‘Batik’ Bearded Iris Bearded Irises are wonderful. They are easy to grow and give you wonderful results.  Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. The color will be blue to purple with white. Enjoy watching how it evolves in your garden. Paired with late season red or pink tulips would be an amazing effect. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 36” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. . 
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