Looking for a unique addition to your garden? We are excited to be carrying over 20 new fall-planted bulbs for 2015. Wow your neighbors with something completely different or try a twist on one of the classic favorites. We make it easy – select from all of our new fall bulbs below.
The Summer Drummer Allium is dramatic and showy. The large 8” flower ball is made up of tiny florets in purple and white. Besides its large blooms it’s highly fragrant and stands 4-5’ Tall. Alliums are long lasting and bloom in late spring to early summer. Best if used for backs of borders or as a focal point. (Allium) More Details
Yellow Spider Lilies are unique with sturdy slender stems and spider shaped like blossoms. The yellow blossom looks exotic and tropical. It’s bright, fragrant and deer resistant. Plant in a container or in the garden. Yellow spider lilies are best suited for warmer climates and bloom in late summer. (Lycoris aurea) More Details
Not as tall as other Allium’s, the Magic Schubertii adds a pop to any garden with its unique look. Its round head style looks like fireworks! The tiny purple florets are clustered and petite. Great for borders, accents and container gardening. Blooms in summer. (Allium) More Details
Known for its traditional shape, the Avalon daffodil has a large flower on one stem with a large center cup. Its light yellow and cream color is bright and cheery. Once established and undisturbed the Avalon will multiply to create more blooms season after season. Grow in container, fields or gardens. The large cupped daffodils are an excellent cut flower, and blooms in mid spring. (Narcissus) More Details
Bugle lily produces tall flower spikes with bright orange star like blossoms. They make a great cut flower and are easy to grow. Watsonia is best suited for warmer climates zones 8-10 and blooms in spring. In colder zones Watsonia is considered an annual and should be planted in the spring and lifted in the fall. (Watsonia) More Details
Allium Giganteum lives up to its name! They are huge! With heights of 6-8 feet, this Allium is a show stopper. It’s made up of perfect little purple florets that create a large round ball on top of a sturdy stem, similar to a topiary. Adding Allium to a garden will make heads turn and grab attention. The best way to plant is in large groupings for a more contemporary style or periodically place throughout a garden. Blooms in late spring to early summer. (Allium) More Details
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