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To help gardeners understand which plants will grow well for them, the entire USA has been segmented into ‘Plant Hardiness Zones’. Knowing your zone number is helpful when shopping for plants because:

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We get a lot of questions about flower bulbs, but most involve when to plant them. Quite simply, "fall" flower bulbs are planted in the fall, grow roots into winter, then sprout and bloom in the spring. These include favorites such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and others. "Spring" flower bulbs are also known as tender bulbs (they don't survive cold ground temperatures); they're planted in the spring and flower throughout the summer. They include dahlias, glads, cannas, calla lilies and others. You can view these products by their planting seasons — Fall Planted Bulbs or Spring Planted Bulbs — or simply use the filters on the left to help you choose.

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  1. $13.98

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    True Blue, not purple, is the hallmark of this beauty. The rarest color in flowers makes this hyacinth a stunner. (Hyacinthus orientalis) Learn More →
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    These gladiolus produce brilliant, violet-blue blooms with cream centers. Create a splash of color by planting these bulbs alone, or pair them with other beautiful gladiolus for a rainbow display. Learn More →
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    Azureum a deep, clear blue Allium flower on stems only 16" tall. It's rare blue color will help attract bees and other pollinators to your garden. A real beauty! (Allium caeruleum) Learn More →
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    Soft blue blooms fade to white at the tops and create a unique statement in the spring garden. Grape Hyacinth Peppermint’s blooms are also fragrant and unappealing to deer! (Muscari) Learn More →
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    This Hyacinth mixture of contrasting colors in vivid blue and yellow, creates a dramatic, deeply-fragrant show in any spring garden. (Hyacinthus orientalis) Learn More →
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    Beautiful and Fragrant. Pastel pink tulips bloom with blue hyacinths. Precious flowers brings joy just like the Stork! Learn More →
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    Magic Lavender’s name says it all – Its stunning, lavender-purple blooms create a magical statement in the garden or cut for bouquets. Try pairing with a pure white variety for a lovely, contrasting look. Learn More →
  8. $49.98

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    This variety brings a whole new color scheme to the tulip border, with flowers in magnificent blues and purples, solids and bi-colors. A rare and exciting mix! Learn More →
  9. $19.98

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    Gladiolus flowers in a mix of blues and purples will cool down the summer garden. Glads take up so little room, you can tuck them between other plants to add a boost of color. Learn More →
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    Love the cool, dramatic look that blue blooms bring to the garden? Our Hyacinth Delft Blue Mix is perfect for you! Coming in all shades of blue, this mixture brings beauty and sweet fragrance to the spring garden. Be sure to plant extra for bouquets. Learn More →
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    This early little wildflower is wonderful with early daffodils, since its true blue flowers combine beautifully with gold. (Scilla siberica) Learn More →
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    This Dutch Crocus mix creates a rich blue and purple pool of color. Stunning in the spring lawn. (Crocus vernus) Learn More →
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    This dazzling-blue Iris is often the first sign of spring, popping up in the early months and blooming quickly, growing to be only 4-6” tall. This Specie Iris is perfect for a border garden and is lovely planted in clumps, returning year after year. (Iris reticulata) Learn More →
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    Freesia’s upward-facing, bell-shaped blooms are grown for their beautiful color and pleasing scent. Single Blue has varied shades of blue with a white center, bringing freshness and joy to spring gardens and container plantings. Cut flowers last an impressive length of time in the vase. Freesia is an excellent choice for forcing indoors, adding bright color and sweet fragrance to your home. Learn More →
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    Amethyst Meadow Squill produces beautiful purple-blue, spike-like blossoms, reaching heights of 6-8” tall. Also known as a type of Scilla, Amethyst Meadow are perfect for borders in a garden and are deer resistant. These early spring blooms are best suited for zones 4-9. (Scilla litardierei amethystina) Learn More →
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    This gorgeous mix is the staple of every spring garden. The huge blooms create a rainbow of color and intoxicating fragrance – Perfect in the garden or cut for beautiful spring bouquets! Learn More →

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