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The Daydream Darwin tulip is one of the largest, strongest, and easiest tulips to grow. Watch its bright, 6” orange bloom open to reveal a contrasting, almost-black center. Sweetl...
Bright, energizing colors in hues of lemon-yellow and sunny orange characterize this happy collection of mid-spring Daffodils. Tall cultivars, ‘Dutch Master,’ ‘Tahiti,’ ‘Go...
Scarlet O'Hara is about as colorful as a daffodil can get. Bright yellow petals with a flaming orange cup. Warm and dramatic, just like its namesake! (Narcissus)...
Double Late Tulip Pink Star has full peony-like flowers in shades of magenta and pink with accents of apricot. Plant Pink Star in large groups for a head turning display that will p...
Distinctive Eye of the Tiger Dutch Iris exhibit unique purple and maroon flowers with yellow accents that make it an outstanding contrast in any sunny garden. Plant in masses and use...
Lion King’s uniquely-colored blooms make this a must-have for any early summer garden. Light maroon and orange blooms show a hint of yellow and are gorgeous swaying in the light. T...
Slawa Triumph Tulip might be the most unique tulip available with a vibrant color palette shifting through burgundy and copper tones for a dynamic mid- to late-spring display. Openin...
Jimmy is one of the brightest and most beautiful tulips around, with fluorescent-pink blooms that take on a shimmering gold-orange edge. The colorful show is even more spectacular wh...
Harvest Mix tulips emerge in late spring and offer large colorful blooms on sturdy stems. Purple and orange is a perfect combination to create a show stopping display. With stems as...
The many colors of Sorbet Daffodil make it stand out from other Daffodils. The corona, or cup, of this lovely narcissus is split into a star-shaped inner flower of orange, yellow an...
This dwarf daffodil has deep yellow petals and a corona that ranges from orange to red, creating floral fireworks when it blooms. (Narcissus cyclamineus)...
Fresh cut flower bouquets are beautiful and rewarding when you grow them yourself. Flower arrangements brighten up your home and shows off your hard work in the garden! The best time to plan and plant bulbs for cut flowers are in the fall. Plant any of these bulbs for fresh cut flowers and enjoy many bouquets.
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