Unique Fall-Planted Flower Bulbs

Unique Fall-Planted Flower Bulbs

Unique Flowers for your Garden

These unique fall-planted bulbs can take any garden from ordinary to fascinating in just one or two quick digs of your spade. Spring-blooming curiosities like Anemone, Woodland Bluebells, Fritillaria, and Squills will invite your guests to ponder and admire nature’s design skills as they tour your gardens. Each species we’ve included here has their own special super-plant power, be it sweet fragrance, bold color, eccentric pattern, or just an overall wow-factor. These are the flowers that will set your garden apart!

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  1. Blue Wood Hyacinth Bulbs Blue, Hyacinthoides hispanica, Wood Hyacinths, Spanish Bluebells, Scilla

    Wood Hyacinth, or Spanish Bluebells, produce bell-shaped, arcing flowers that flow from upright sword-shaped foliage. These blue beauties are reliable and winter hardy, appearing eac...

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    Blue Spanish Bluebells Spanish Bluebells Blue, Wood Hyacinth Hyacinthoides hispanica Blue, Scilla hispanica
    $12.98 Sale $9.74
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    Wood Hyacinth, or Spanish Bluebells, produce bell-shaped, arcing flowers that flow from upright sword-shaped foliage. These blue beauties are reliable and winter hardy, appearing each year in the late spring. Wood hyacinth will multiply readily when given room. (Hyacinthoides hispanica)
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  2. Blue Siberian Squill Bulbs, Scilla siberica, Siberian Squill

    This early little wildflower is wonderful with early daffodils, since its true blue flowers combine beautifully with gold. (Scilla siberica)...

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    Siberian Squill Siberian Squill Scilla siberica
    As low as $10.98 Sale $5.49
    Per Bag of 15
    This early little wildflower is wonderful with early daffodils, since its true blue flowers combine beautifully with gold. (Scilla siberica)
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