Eric Neubert Canna, Dwarf Brown-leaf Canna $4.95
Eric Neubert's bright orange blooms provide wonderful contrasts to their dark leaves. If you are looking for a shorter plant with dark leaves, give this one a try. It will reward you with endless summer blooms.  The 'Eric Neubert' Canna blooms are orange and sit on top of dark leaves. They are carefree and are not bothered by deer, rabbits or other rodents.  Cannas reward you with lush tropical foliage and standout blooms within a very short time period. Cannas are tropical bulbs and will need to be lifted in zones colder than Zone 8. They are easy to store and will bring your years of enjoyment. Cut the flowers for show stopping arrangements as this will help encourage blooms until frost. Canna bulbs are #1 size bulbs, some of the biggest on the market. Characteristics 24-36" tall USDA Zones 8-11 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun (some partial shade is ok) Additional Information Deer, Rodent, Rabbit and Squirrel Resistant  Great for Specimen, Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 6” deep. Space 2' apart. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger.  
'Cafe Au Lait' Dahlia (Dinnerplate) from $7.99 $10.99
'Cafe Au Lait' Dahlia (Dinnerplate) The blossoms hues of whites and pinks will brighten your landscape and arrangements. We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   The Cafe Au Lait Dahlia's height is around 40" Dinnerplate Dahlias are awesome additions to any garden. They provide structure and color to any garden with minimal effort. They do rather well in the back of your beds because of their size or even in stand-alone rows. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  Characteristics 40" tall Blooms are 8-12” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun Additional Information Great for Specimen, Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with tuber 6-7” deep with the crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space Decorative dahlias about 3’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do ok in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline. You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber. You will see sprouts in 7-10 days.   
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Peruvian Daffodil, Hymenocallis 'Festalis' $4.50 $4.99
Our Peruvian Daffodil or Hymenocallis 'Festalis' - is a beautiful plant for borders, beds and containers. It loves the sun or light shade, it doesn't mind its feet to be wet unlike other bulbs, and blooms all summer long with its delicate (but tough) white flowers.  USDA Zones 8-10 (Lift and raise for colder climates in the fall and store for the winter) Blooms all Summer flowering  Full Sun to Partial Sun Bloom Color: White Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, & Containers 24-30” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun to partial shade, 3” inches deep. Space each bulb 18" apart. Plant after all danger of frost.
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Oxalis 'Triangularis' from $6.99
Our next set of growing stock arrives in September. 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 3-8  Late Spring through Fall Cold Hardy 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. 
'Mystery Day' Dahlia (Decorative or Semi-Dinnerplate) from $5.99 $7.99
‘Mystery Day’ Dahlia (Decorative) 'Mystery Day' Dahlia's color is absolutely stunning!  The deep red to almost purple blossoms combined with white points creates focal points to your borders and your arrangements. We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Decorative Dahlias are wonderful plants that provide structure and color to any garden with minimal effort. They do rather well in the middle to back of your beds or even in stand-alone rows. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  Characteristics 32-40” tall Blooms are 6-7” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun Additional Information Great for Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with tuber 6-7” deep with the crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space Decorative dahlias about 3’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do ok in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline. You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber. You will see sprouts in 7-10 days.   
Creme de Cassis Dahlia (Decorative or Semi-Dinnerplate) from $5.99 $9.99
Creme De Cassis Dahlia (Decorative) Our Creme De Cassis Dahlia is a beautiful lilac color that is rare for dahlias and rare to find in summer and fall gardens. It will grace your gardens and welcome your guests with their bountiful and gorgeous blooms. We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Decorative Dahlias are wonderful plants that provide structure and color to any garden with minimal effort. They do rather well in the middle to back of your beds or even in stand-alone rows. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  Characteristics 32-40” tall Blooms are 4-6” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun Additional Information Great for Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with tuber 6-7” deep with the crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space Decorative dahlias about 3’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do ok in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline. You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber. You will see sprouts in 7-10 days.   Photo Credit belongs to Ray Yaro, England.  Flickr Username Rayyaro
'Sam Hopkins Dahlia (Decorative or Semi-Dinnerplate) $5.99 $11.95
'Sam Hopkins' deep maroon tones will entrance you. Many folks think they look similar to Karma Choc but Sam Hopkins has green leaves versus the burgundy leaves Sam Hopkins has.  We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Semi-Dinnerplate Dahlias are awesome additions to any garden. They provide structure and color to any garden with minimal effort. They do rather well in the back of your beds because of their size or even in stand-alone rows. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  Characteristics 40-50" tall Blooms are 6-8” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun Additional Information Great for Specimen, Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with tuber 6-7” deep with the crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space Decorative dahlias about 3’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do ok in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline. You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber. You will see sprouts in 7-10 days.   
Cape Lily Rosea (Crinum powellii Rosea) $9.99
Cape Lily Album blooms from mid to late summer. The endless pink blooms brighten attract butterflies and hummingbirds.  They are hardy to USDA Zones 7-11 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.  Characteristics 24-36" tall  USDA Zones 7-11 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Blooms all summer Full Sun to Partial Shade Additional Information Great for Borders, Cutting Gardens, and Containers Deer and rodent resistant Ships starting in mid to late March Key Planting Tips Crinum should be planted 6-8" and space 6-10" apart. Water after planting.  
Lilium Tiger 'Yellow Bruse' (Tiger Lily) from $8.89
Tiger Lilies are the easiest of all lilies and probably of all bulbs to care for. They are dependable bloomers year after year. You will be rewarded with dozens of downward facing blooms on each stem. Our Yellow Bruse' Tiger Lily is great in all environments - They are super hardy from Zone 1 and thrive all the way to Zone 9.  Our bulbs are 5” in circumference ( 14-16 cm) which makes them some of the biggest available.  USDA Zones 1-9 Mid-Summer flowering  Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun to Partial Shade Bloom Color: Yellow Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, Hummingbirds & Cut Gardens.  40-60” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun to partial shade, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6" apart. Well drained soil is essential.   
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Summer Hyacinth ( Galtonia Viridifloria) $5.99
Summer Hyacinth or Galtonia is a wonderful plant that provides interest and long lasting blooms.  Butterflies and bees love it. Deer, rabbits, and other wildlife just let it be. It is an easy bulb to grow, and easy to store for those not fortunate to be in Zones 7-11 ( I am in the unfortunate crowd).  They are hardy to USDA Zones 7-11 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.  Characteristics 16-24" tall  USDA Zones 7-11 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Full Sun to Partial Shade Additional Information Great for Borders, Cutting Gardens, and Containers Ships starting in mid to late March Not bothered by deer, rabbits or other wildlife Key Planting Tips Plant 5-6" deep and space 10-12" wide. 
‘Franz Kakfa' Dahlia (Ball) from $7.99 $9.99
‘Franz Kakfka’ Dahlias will add wonderful architectial interest to your garden.  The purple shaped globe shaped blossoms will provide a sense of whimsy and beauty. We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Ball Dahlias are wonderful plants that provide structure and continuous color to any garden with minimal effort. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  You can also use in a container. Simply pinch back the shoots after about 3-4 weeks to encourage branching.  Characteristics 30-50” tall (Many people pinch back to encourage a bushier, shorter plant) Blooms are 1-4” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun to Partial Shade Additional Information Great for Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space ball dahlias about 2’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do well in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline soils.You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber.
'Blue Boy' Dahlia (Decorative or Semi-Dinnerplate) from $6.99 $9.99
‘Blue Boy’ Dahlia (Decorative) The Blue Boy variety is a stunning lilac blue in color.  It is very easy to stop and admire the blooms.  You will be asking yourself why didn’t you plant more of these since they are breathtaking. We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Decorative Dahlias are wonderful plants that provide structure and color to any garden with minimal effort. They do rather well in the middle to back of your beds or even in stand-alone rows. They reward gardeners with an abundance of blooms starting in mid to late summer through frost.  Typically they are not bothered by diseases and have attractive foliage until frost.  Characteristics 32-40” tall Blooms are 4-8” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun Additional Information Great for Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with tuber 6-7” deep with the crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space Decorative dahlias about 3’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do ok in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline. You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber. You will see sprouts in 7-10 days.   Photo Credit belongs to Ray Yaro, England.  Flickr Username Rayyaro
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Ranunculus White (Ranunculus Aviv) from $4.99 $7.99
Ranunculus are a favorite bride's flowers and yet gardeners shy away from these very easy flowers.  You simply treat them as begonia but for full sun conditions. They are exceptional in garden beds and stunning in containers. The blooms are full and the foliage is lush. The blossoms are adored by bees and butterflies.  They are hardy to USDA Zones 8-10 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.  Characteristics 12-16" tall  USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Blooms in spring for Zones 8-10, and in mind to late summer for all other zones.  You can start in containers earlier in the season or simply enjoy them as they bloom.  Full Sun White blooms Additional Information Great for Borders, Cutting Gardens, and Containers Ships starting in mid to late March Key Planting Tips Plant 2-3" Deep, 4-6" apart.  Water when planted and keep them watered throughout their growing season. 
Lucifer Canna, Dwarf Green-leaf Canna $4.95
Lucifer's stunning red and gold blooms are beautiful for contrast. They keep blooming all summer long and dwarf cannas bloom much more quickly than taller cannas.  The 'Lucifer' Canna blooms are red with gold outlines. The blooms sit atop lush green foliage.  They are care free and are not bothered by deer, rabbits or other rodents.  Cannas reward you with lush tropical foliage and standout blooms within a very short time period. Cannas are tropical bulbs and will need to be lifted in zones colder than Zone 8. They are easy to store and will bring your years of enjoyment. Cut the flowers for show stopping arrangements as this will help encourage blooms until frost. Canna bulbs are #1 size bulbs, some of the biggest on the market. Characteristics 24-36" tall USDA Zones 8-11 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun (some partial shade is ok) Additional Information Deer, Rodent, Rabbit and Squirrel Resistant  Great for Specimen, Mass Plantings, Borders, and Cutting Gardens. Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting late March (weather dependent) Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 6” deep. Space 2' apart. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger.  
'Dora' Melody Dahlia (Decorative - Great for Pots) $5.99
'Dora' Melody Dahlias are great for containers and edges of borders. Their 16" height makes them easy to care for and place on patios and porches. No need to pinch back as they stay compact right from the start. Get a head start on spring by starting them 2-3 months before your last frost and they will bloom right into fall.  We provide them in clumps the majority of the time. Sometimes they will be stand alone with necks and eyes depending on the season’s harvest.   Characteristics 16” tall (Many people pinch back to encourage a bushier, shorter plant) Blooms are 2-3” wide USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Summer to Fall Bloom Duration: Continuous Blooms through frost starting in mid to late summer Full Sun to Partial Shade Additional Information Great for Containers and Borders Great for butterflies and other pollinators Ships starting in mid to late March Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun crown 1-2” below the soil.  Space ball dahlias about 2’ apart from any neighbor. Plant when the soil is 60 degrees, well past any frost danger. Dahlias love soil that is close to neutral and do well in slightly acidic or slightly alkaline soils.You can amend soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. You can fertilize every 4 weeks to help achieve large blossoms. Don’t water until the Dahlia sprouts. If your soil is very dry, water the soil first and then let it stand for 30 minutes before planting. Mulch around your plant leaving bare dirt directly above the tuber.
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