Spencer and Cliff recently designed and built a net-zero energy home nestled in the woods of Duxbury, Vermont. They moved in mid-summer and immediately got to work adding beauty to their newly-cleared, bare property. With sustainability, cost, and pollinators in mind, they used a variety of wildflow… Read More →
Can’t decide what to plant? We have put together a collection of our most asked-for and popular spring bulbs. These bulbs have proven their success with our customers and we wanted to put them all in one place for you to find.
Spring-planted bulbs put on a spectacular show in any garden with minimal effort. Many of these bulbs are ideal in containers; use them to liven up your porch or deck. And don't forget to plant extras for cut flower bouquets!
This beautiful purple, white, and pink mixture will make a stunning statement in any garden. The Purple Rain Mix contains three Calla Lily bulbs that are designed to complement each other. (Zantedeschia) Learn More →
Cafe Au Lait Dinnerplate Dahlia produces large blooms up to 8” across that are an exquisite white with a tinge of pink and tan color. The Cafe Au Lait Dahlia's soft and creamy color can change from off white to hints of pink as the season progresses. Excellent as a cut flower and used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements.
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Peacock Orchid gets its name from graceful, orchid-like flowers that have a lovely sweet scent. It is extremely easy to grow and will add delicate allure to gardens and bouquets. Also known as gladiolus acidanthera. Hardy in Zones 7-10, it's considered an annual in all other zones, that can be lifted and stored for the following year. Learn More →
Bright, orange-yellow blooms rise out of chocolately-purple leaves, making this Canna Lily a must-have in the summer garden. Chocolate Sunrise prefers as much sun as possible and is unappealing to hungry deer. Learn More →
From the Dark Angel Series, this compact Dahlia’s lavender-pink blooms are offset wonderfully against dark foliage. A perfect Dahlia for a container or small-space garden, Pretty Woman also attracts butterflies! PP#19292 Learn More →
The Mexican Shellflower is a close relative of the iris, this plant produces 3-petaled, 3" to 4" flowers in a mix of colors, with striking spotted centers. Great for planting in containers and hardy in zones 8-10. It's considered an annual in all other zones. (Tigridia pavonia) Learn More →
Gladiolus Sunrise is a mix of reds, oranges and yellows to bring summer sunshine to your garden. These are easy to grow, are deer resistant and make wonderful cut flowers. Plant in full sun in rows, as edging or as added interest in any garden. Learn More →
A unique addition to any garden, Caladium Tapestry’s gorgeous heart-shaped leaves are deep green with vibrant pink veins and cream centers. A hybrid of the popular Christmas and Red Flash varieties, this Caladium is sure to become your new go-to for the garden, containers, or even indoors next to a sunny window. Caladiums are extremely easy to grow, just remember to plant in late spring once temperatures have warmed. Enjoy months of color in a shady or sunny spot in the garden. Once you plant Caladium, you’ll be hooked for life! Learn More →
Semi Cactus Dahlia Tahiti Sunrise is a vibrant, colorful variety with petals that progress from yellow to red to purple. Plant this in the center of the garden - it is sure to steal the show! Learn More →
Looking for something to “wow” your neighbors? This Pineapple Lily Mix is the perfect choice, boasting fun, spiky flowers and decorative top tufts. A true conversation starter in any sunny garden, make sure to plant this shorter beauty where you can enjoy its charm! Native to South Africa, Eucomis thrives in hotter climates and loves full sun, creating an exotic look in almost any garden. The unique blooms make for gorgeous summer arrangements and are long-lasting cut flowers. Plant this Pineapple Lily Mix in a border garden, small space garden, or in containers. We know you won’t be disappointed! Learn More →
Dinnerplate Dahlia Thomas Edison produces large vibrant purple blooms up to 8” across. With fully double flowers in such an electric color this dahlia makes a bold statement when planted in groups of 5 or more. Excellent as a cut flower and used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements.
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Blooming in all shades of yellow, orange, and red, this Canna mixture ignites the summer garden until frost. Growing to be about 28-32,” the smaller varieties are perfect for the front of the garden or containers. Like other Cannas, this mixture is deer resistant and tolerates moist soil. If you’re a Canna lover and aren’t sure which varieties to plant, plant this Canna Mix for a pleasant surprise come summer! The easy-to-grow flowers are sure to become the focal part of any sunny garden and make for fabulous bouquets to proudly display around your home. Learn More →
Who doesn’t love lavender-colored blooms? This Dahlia steals the summer show with huge, dinner plate-sized blooms. Gorgeous in the garden, planted in containers, cut for bouquets – Anywhere! Learn More →
With bronze foliage that illuminates the summer garden and blooms to match, this variety is a must-have for any Canna lover. Growing to be 48-72”, plant Tropicanna in the back of your garden bed or in large containers for a dramatic statement on your porch or patio. This bronze beauty blooms in mid summer until the frost, creating a tropical look to your garden. Don’t worry about deer; they tend to stay away from easy-to-grow Cannas. Huge, iris-like flowers are sure to become the center of your garden and will steal the show. Be sure to plant extra for gorgeous summer bouquets! Learn More →
White Florist Calla Lily is the original Calla from South Africa. This bulb produces white blossoms that are taller than the others at up to 3'. Plant it in a big pot on your patio, give it plenty of water and stand back! Learn More →