When Lisa and her family purchased land to build their home in Huntington, Vermont, they knew they wanted to preserve the established wildflower meadow that spanned a large portion of their sunny property. Lisa also set out to make the property her own, establishing a low-maintenance, pollinator-fri… Read More →
Can’t decide what to plant? We have put together a collection of our most asked-for and popular fall-planted bulbs. These bulbs have proven their success with our customers and we wanted to put them all in one place for you to find.
A big favorite from coast to coast, Allium Globemaster bloom a perfect globe made up of tiny star-shaped flowers that measures up to 8 inches across! These huge purple globes appear in early summer atop tall, sturdy stems. Easy to grow Allium attract butterflies, are deer resistant and are sure to turn heads in your garden. Learn More →
Camassia or Camas lily, is a beautiful native spring-flowering bulb. It produces blue star-shaped flowers from a tall, spiky stem. Appreciates moist, fertile, and acidic soil in full sun to part shade. Camassia comes back year after year and is deer resistant. Plant in meadows, open woodlands and in groups for showy results. (Camassia leichtlinii) Learn More →
Showy, velvety deep-purple flowers with orange anthers add great color to the early spring garden. Naturalizes beautifully, creating a colorful carpet in a short amount of time. (Crocus tommasinianus)
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Nodding, checkerboard-patterned blooms in purple and lilac are the most memorable flowers in any spring garden. Their Alice-in-Wonderland charm and short height make them an easy choice for edging walkways and placing in the very front of your garden. Best of all, fritillaria are deer and squirrel-resistant. (Fritillaria meleagris) Learn More →
Mediterranean Bells is a true conversation-starter in the garden! Bell-shaped blooms are cream and purple, hanging elegantly in clusters. The blooms are also fragrant, making this Allium a must-have! (Nectaroscordum siculum) Learn More →