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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. $16.98

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    Per Bag of 20

    Pristine pure white Crocus flowers reveal bright-orange pistils on stems 4-6" tall. Joan of Arc's appeal also comes from its charming purple-tinged base and its elegant shape, which attracts attention at every stage. Plant in groups for stunning early spring color. (Crocus vernus) Learn More →
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    Showy, velvety deep-purple flowers with orange anthers add great color to the early spring garden. Naturalizes beautifully, creating a colorful carpet in a short amount of time. (Crocus tommasinianus) Learn More →
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    Double-petal freesia is an elegant, bell-shaped flower which lends a delightful fragrance to garden beds, containers, and vases. This colorful mixture of purple, white, yellow and pink is the perfect way to cheer up any garden space. In colder zones, Freesia is considered an annual that can be successfully planted in the spring, as long as the bulbs are 'lifted' in the fall before winter sets in. Freesia is best suited for warmer climates (zones 9-10) and blooms in late spring. (Freesia) 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 →
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    Remembrance gives you a solid display of the royal purple large flowering crocus. Plant these beauties in your garden for bright spring color. (Crocus vernus) Learn More →
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    A rainbow of colorful blooms in purple, yellow, red, and blue each one celebrated for its sweet fragrance, make up our carefully-chosen collection of Fragrant Bearded Iris. Two re-blooming varieties ensure a second round of blooms in early to mid fall. Plant these sweet-smelling beauties in full sun and they’ll be easy to grow and quick to multiply. Deer resistant. (Iris germanica)

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    These are the much loved large flowering crocus with the glowing butter yellow shine. Plant in large groups for spectacular color. (Crocus flavus) Learn More →
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    Our Top Rated Bearded Iris Collection includes a combination of rich purples, oranges, yellows and bi-colors, each variety playing its part to achieve true visual harmony. Perfect for any sunny spot in the garden. Like all Bearded Iris, this grouping is easy to grow, deer resistant and multiplies each season. (Iris germanica)

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    Ixia produce tall flower spikes with star-like flowers in shades of pink, yellow, and white. Perfect for any hot, sunny spot in the garden or in sun-sited containers. Ixia, also known as Wand Flower, is best suited for warmer climates (zones 8-10) and blooms in late spring. In colder zones Wandflower is considered an annual and should be planted in the spring and lifted in the fall.(Ixia) Learn More →
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    This is the classic large flowering crocus mix. It gives you purple, yellow, white and striped bicolor blooms. (Crocus vernus and Crocus flavus) Learn More →
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    Freesia's upward-facing, bell-shaped blooms are grown for their cheerful color and pleasing scent. This mix features our favorite shades of pink, white, yellow and purple, all selected to bring maximum joy to spring gardens and container plantings. Cut flowers last an impressive length of time in the vase. Colorful, sweet-smelling Freesia is an excellent choice for forcing indoors. (Freesia) 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 →
  13. $54.98

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    Per Collection of 5

    Stephen's Bearded Iris Collection was inspired by an American Meadows employee's passion for bearded iris. Each variety was hand selected by Stephen and his favorite is Astro Blue. Blooming in shades of blue, pink, white and black this collection is easy to grow, deer resistant and multiplies each year. (Iris germanica)

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    As close to black as possible, Bearded Iris Black is Black is show stopping with its pure onyx color. Each flower produces rich black ruffled petals accented with black beards. This tall Iris consistently offers 9 to 12 flowers per stem. Deer and rabbit resistant. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
  15. $64.98

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    Create a spectacular rainbow of color twice in one season with our Reblooming Bearded Iris Collection. It contains 5 hardy, easy-to-grow Reblooming Bearded Iris that bloom both in the spring and late summer. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Bearded Iris Grand Canyon Sunset is gorgeous with hues of warm apricot and soft violet. Grand Canyon Sunset offers rich, gold-ruffled standards and beautiful pale lavender-edged dark-apricot falls (lower petals) set against tangerine beards. Plant in a sunny garden. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    This fabulous Reblooming Bearded Iris I'm Back adds drama to the garden with light-purple petals, near-black falls and deep-gold beards. The contrast of the crisp lavender standards and velvety dark purple falls brings great color and texture to the sunny garden. Sweetly fragrant, blooming late spring and again in early to mid fall. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Create a unique statement in your early spring garden with this species crocus. Tricolor’s blooms are just this – A striking orange center edged in bright white and surrounded with gorgeous, purple petals. (Crocus sieberi) Learn More →
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    Pickwick is the most popular large-flowering crocus, with purple and white striped flowers that open to reveal bright-orange stamens. Plant this beauty along walkways or in your lawn for amazing early spring color. (Crocus vernus) Learn More →
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    Vibrant-orange Bearded Iris Edgefield Glow is one of the brightest varieties available, with shocking tangerine blooms that are sure to glow in your mid-season garden. Tall, strong stems produce an abundance of large blooms. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Reblooming Magical Encounter Bearded Iris has blush pink petals and bright coral-pink beards. Magical Encounter doesn’t fade in the sunlight and is deer and rabbit resistant. Enjoy these intense pink flowers in late spring and again in early to mid fall with 7-14 blooms per stalk. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Like a piece of pure blue sky fallen to your garden, Bearded Iris ‘Astro Blue’ brings wake-up color to your flower bed. Standing tall at up to 36", the pure azure blooms are a mid-season garden stand-out. With softly ruffled 4" flowers on gracefully arched stems, this hardy Iris will give years of easy-care pleasure. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    A wee lass in the Bearded Iris world, ‘Wild Irish Rose’, will brighten up a corner and mix well with other late spring blooming perennials. Lots of small rosy-orchid colored blooms with tangerine-orange beards infuse the garden with cheerful color. Deer resistant, it’s a pollinator favorite. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Reblooming Bearded Iris Speed Limit captures the eye with its bold, deep-blue color. Its lower petals are each adorned with a pristine white spot directly in the center of each petal, overlaid by a white beard. This bearded iris blooms early in the season and will rebloom again in late summer or early fall. (Iris germanica) Learn More →

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