'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.   
Canna Tall green-leaf 'Salmon Beauty' from $5.95
Canna Tall green-leaf 'Salmon Beauty' The 'Salmon Beauty 'Canna are beautiful salmon (pink-orange) blooms that sit above green foliage.  They are care free and are not bothered by deer, rabbits or other rodents.  We don't have a picture I can publish yet so if you have one, please share it with us or if interested we can send it to you.  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 32"-40" 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.  
'Odorata Angelique' Belgian Begonia $14.95 $18.95
'Odorata Angelique' Belgian Begonias are ideal for container gardens, hanging baskets, or even garden borders.  The white with pink and salmon accents will bloom all summer, right into frost.   Belgian Begonias are hardy to USDA Zones 9-11 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.  Characteristics 18” tall  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 early summer Partial Shade is ideal Additional Information Great for Borders, Containers, and Hanging Baskets Ships starting in late March to early April Key Planting Tips Begonias should be planted 2-3" deep and 6" apart. Wait for the soil to reach 55 degrees Fahrenheit. You can start pots inside and move to the gardens to give them a head start. Begonia's enjoy warm weather and when it arrives, they will take off. 
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Yellow Montbretia - Crocosmia 'George Davidson' from $8.99
'George Davidson' Crocosmia are easy to care for and are dependable bloomers year after year. Tall stalks loaded with bloom will attract hummingbirds and butterflies alike. Our 'George Davidson' Crocosmia will provide an abundance of yellow blooms that will add smiles to your garden. USDA Zones 5-9 (Lift and raise for colder climates in the fall) Summer flowering  Bloom Duration: 6-8 weeks Full Sun (partial sun the warmer zones) Bloom Color: Yellow Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, & Cut Gardens.  24-48” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun to partial shade, 4” inches deep with the bulb (corm) pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6" apart. Well drained soil is essential. Plant after all danger of frost. Even in Zone 5, they should get some protection in winter especially their first year.
Canna Cannasol 'Happy Emily' $8.99
Canna 'Happy Emily' The Cannasol family is made specifically for pots. They provide blooms until frost and grow only to 22" in height. 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 7. 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 18" - 22" tall USDA Zones 7-11 (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.  
'Black Knight' Brown-leaf Canna Lily $12.95
BACK IN STOCK!!!! America’s most popular canna is back.  'Black Knight' Brown-leaf Canna Lily The Black Knight Canna blooms are deep red on dark brown (sometimes almost black) 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 32"-38" 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.  
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'Conco d'Oro' Large Flowering Gladiolus from $9.99
Sold Out'Conco d'Oro' Large Flowering Gladiolus The 'Conco d'Oro' gladiolus orange blooms are bold and supportive for your other flowers all at the same time. We provide them in 12/14 cm bulbs (technically corms) so you get the best available. Gladiolus are deer, rabbits, and rodent resistant  Characteristics 48" tall Blooms 60-90 days from the time you plant them USDA Zones 8-10 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones) Full Sun Bloom Color: Orange 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 gladiolus 4" deep with an amended soil with 10-10-10 or something similar. Just make sure the first number (nitrogen) is 5 or 10. Or plant with a finished compost.  Stagger your planting every 2 weeks so you can enjoy blooms continuously all summer. 
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'Odorata Pink Delight' Belgian Begonia $14.95 $18.95
'Odorata Pink Delight' Belgian Begonias are ideal for container gardens, hanging baskets, or even garden borders.  The eye-popping pink blossoms will bloom all summer, right into frost.   Belgian Begonias are hardy to USDA Zones 9-11 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.  Characteristics 18” tall  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 early summer Partial Shade is ideal Additional Information Great for Borders, Containers, and Hanging Baskets Ships starting in late March to early April Key Planting Tips Begonias should be planted 4" deep and 6" apart. Wait for the soil to reach 65 degrees Fahrenheit. You can start pots inside and move to the gardens to give them a head start. Begonia's enjoy warm weather and when it arrives, they will take off. 
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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Liatris Spicata - Blazingstar from $6.99
Blazing Star or Liatris Spicata will bloom all summer, provide food for butterflies, perform great in dry conditions, and naturalize well in sunny to partial sunny areas. The blooms are great in arrangements and the plant is ignored by rodents, rabbits, and deer. This plant will work hard for you without having to work hard for it. A must have in every garden. Blazing star is native to a large area of the U.S prairies and grasslands. The species 'Spicata' is a great nectar and pollen source.  USDA Zones 2-9  Mid-Summer flowering  Bloom Duration: All Summer Cold Hardy Full Sun (some partial sun is ok) Bloom Color: Purple Additional Information Great for Naturalizing, Mass Planting, Borders, or Cut Gardens 29-36” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun to partial shade, 2-3" inches deep with the roots pointing down (sometimes you have to look carefully to find them). Space each bulb 12" apart and plant in the drier parts of your garden. 
'Fleurel' Dahlia (Dinnerplate) from $7.99 $10.99
'Fleurel' Dahlia (Dinnerplate) Pure white blossoms will dazzle your landscape and arrangements with this dahlia. The blossoms look stunning in your gardens and 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 Fleurel's height is around 36". 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 36" 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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Lilium Tiger 'Red Velvet' (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 'Red Velvet' Tiger Lily are 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 Sun Bloom Color: Red 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.   
Yellow King Humbert Canna, Dwarf Green-leaf Canna $4.95
Yellow King Humbert's bloom will brighten any corner of your garden.  The 'Yellow King Humbert' Canna blooms are yellow with splashes of gold. The blooms sit atop lush green foliage.  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.  
Bearded Iris 'That's All Folks' from $9.95
‘That's All Folks’ Bearded Iris 'That's All Folks' is a bright and cheerful bloom with wonderful ruffling. This cultivar was hybridized by William Maryott.  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 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. . 
'Otto's Thrill' Dahlia (Dinnerplate) from $7.99 $9.99
'Otto's Thrill' Dahlia is a gorgeous dinnerplate. The coloring and pattern will make you pause and enjoy the 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.   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 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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