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What is this To help gardeners understand which plants will grow well for them, the entire USA has been segmented into ‘Plant Hardiness Zones’.

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

    Sale: $6.99

    Per Bag of 10

    Famous for its bright yellow flowers blushed heavily with orange. Great Darwin perennial tulip for naturalizing. Named after a city in Holland. Learn More →
  2. $29.98

    Sale: $25.49

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    This bright collection includes varieties of red tulips, all with different shades that will bloom from early to late spring. Try planting big displays so your garden remains colorful all spring. Learn More →
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    Sale: $11.99

    Per Bag of 8

    Fiery mix of all the favorite lily flowering tulips including bright reds, oranges, yellows and whites. Plant this mix for a fabulous spring finale. Learn More →
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    Pink and green buds open to long lasting lush, white double tulip blooms. Looks just like a peony and is a perfect companion to pink Angelique tulips. Learn More →
  5. $29.98

    Sale: $19.49

    Per Bag of 20

    This popular mixture will bring you tall, full-size daffodils in a range of full pink trumpets, pink ring styles and more. Beautiful on their own or paired with traditional yellow daffodils. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $10.49

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    Camassia or Camas lily, is a beautiful native spring-flowering bulb. It produces blue star-shaped flowers from a tall, spiky stem. Appreciates moist, fertile, and acidic soil in full sun to part shade. Camassia comes back year after year and is deer resistant. Plant in meadows, open woodlands and in groups for showy results. (Camassia leichtlinii) Learn More →
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    This mix of purple, white and yellow Crocus will pop up in early spring through the snow. Tough yet cheerful, when this mix starts blooming you'll know spring is here! Learn More →
  8. $28.98

    Sale: $14.49

    Per Bag of 25

    Tete a Tete is the most popular miniature daffodil worldwide. Its fragrant, solid yellow blooms bring cheer to the garden in the early spring. (Narcissus) Learn More →
  9. $25.98

    Sale: $23.49

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    This famous perennial tulip boasts enormous pink blooms that create a knockout statement in the spring garden. They are a pink favorite around the world and make beautiful cut flowers. Learn More →
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    One of America's most popular tulips with luscious, soft salmon rose flowers tinged with light-apricot edges. Apricot Beauty's understated elegance is enhanced by its delicate, pale-green base. Beautiful in the vase and ideal for forcing, this tulip carries a sweet scent. Learn More →
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    Deep, magenta-rose flowers reveal a buttercup-yellow star on the inside. Persian Pearl's unusual exterior showcases a silver-gray flush, making them as pretty closed as they are open. Dependably perennial and deer resistant. (Tulipa humulis) Learn More →
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    Luscious, light pink flowers with a stunning butter yellow center make these the little treasures of your spring garden. Allow Lilac Wonder to naturalize and you'll have a front row seat to a cheerful spring show every year. Dependably perennial and deer resistant. (Tulipa bakeri) Learn More →
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    Sale: $11.99

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    Plant these little gems and enjoy their charming yellow flowers with bronze feathering when they bloom. Their short stature makes them perfect for planting in hard soils and wind-prone spots. Dependably perennial and deer resistant. (Tulipa batalinii) Learn More →
  14. $49.98

    Sale: $37.49

    Per Bag of 50

    Red Oxford is America's most popular red Darwin Tulip. Sitting atop tall, sturdy stems, its classic color is emphasized by its perfect tulip shape. Make sure to plant extra of this classic beauty for gorgeous spring bouquets! Learn More →
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    An all time favorite mix of candy cane colors, brilliant reds and whites come into bloom in mid spring. Triumph Tulips Candy Cane Mix lights up any tulip garden with firecracker colors. Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

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    The Original Poet's Daffodil: Actaea is a true heirloom that's perfect for naturalizing. Flowers are pure white with a yellow cup edged in red. Sweet fragrance. (Narcissus poeticus recurvus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $10.49

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    For dark drama in the garden, you can't beat this almost-black tulip, with blooms in shades of deep velvety purple. Tall, strong and reliable, Queen of the Night partners well with light pinks, bold oranges and creamy whites. Learn More →
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    This tulip defines elegance with its huge pristine white blooms and fragrance. It's the first to bloom in spring and the perfect companion tulip for Red Emperor. (Tulipa fosteriana) Learn More →
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    Sale: $7.99

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    Mount Hood is the world's favorite snow white Daffodil, famous for pristine large blooms. The petals of this trumpet daffodil emerge a pale yellow and mature to a perfect ivory. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    This is an amazing mix of butterfly daffodils. You'll get stunning double centers, stripes, and frills that often resemble the appearance of a butterfly. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Cheerfulness is the classic, fragrant multi-flowering double that started it all. Like a sweet smelling gardenia. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

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    This dwarf daffodil has deep yellow petals and a corona that ranges from orange to red, creating floral fireworks when it blooms. (Narcissus cyclamineus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

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    Perfect for a shrub border or mass plantings, this victorian variety Thalia is elegant, wild style flowers on stems producing multiple blooms. Sweetly fragrant. (Narcissus triandrus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $10.49

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    Yellow Queen is the famous pure yellow Dutch Iris. Easy to grow, strong-stemmed, and great for cutting, this iris is well-loved by florists everywhere. (Iris hollandica) Learn More →

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