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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. $25.98

    Sale: $12.99

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    We love the texture and bright color that Cactus Dahlias bring to the late summer garden. With unique blooms that fade from deep pink to white in the center, Hayley Jane is a unique variety that is a true conversation-starter in any sunny spot. Growing to be about 48-52,” plant this Cactus Dahlia in the back of the garden bed or in large containers for a bright statement on the patio. Attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden by planting a variety of Dahlias in all different colors. You’ll be thrilled when you have an abundance of blooms to cut for gorgeous summer bouquets! Learn More →
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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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    This Pompon Dahlia forms a perfect sphere with inward curved petals in a bright golden color. The clear inspiration for intricately-folded paper lanterns, these Dahlias blooms will have you marveling at nature’s mathematical magic! Short and sturdy, Pompon dahlias are the perfect choice for planting along walkways, in containers, or along the front edge of the cutting garden. Learn More →
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    This Calla’s mango-colored blooms, against its deep green foliage, create a knock-out show in the garden. Mango will create a stunning show both in garden beds and patio pots. Learn More →
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    You'll love it! Our Valentine Hyacinth mix is a professional combo of deep red, bright pink and snow white. (Hyacinthus orientalis) Learn More →
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    These beautiful, jewel-toned wild or 'species' tulips belong in every spring garden. Staying closed on cool, cloudy days, their flowers open joyously when kissed by the sun. Dependably perennial, these beauties will continue to spread and can tough it out through unpredictable spring weather. Wildflower tulips are also deer resistant. Learn More →
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    Sangria’s beautiful, light green foliage is offset by bright red stems, creating a truly bold and tropical statement in the garden. Like all Elephant Ears, Sangria is Deer Resistant. PPAF (Colocasia) Learn More →
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    One of the richest, most luxurious purple Gladiolus around, Purple Flora is a must-have for any summer garden. Spectacular on its own or paired with a pure white variety, this Gladiolus makes for fabulous summer bouquets and adds color to the garden from summer all the way until frost. Gladiolus take up little room in the garden and can be tucked amongst perennials in the garden beds, planted in large containers on the patio, or planted in large groups for a dramatic statement. Deer tend to stay away from Gladious and these flowers are some of the easiest to grow, requiring little to no care once planted. Learn More →
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    Summer Buttercups or Shamrocks are a wildflower from Chile and Argentina. Pink flowers appear over silvery foliage in summer. Excellent groundcover. (Oxalis adenophylla) Learn More →
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    New Baby Orange is a vibrant must have in your show stopping garden! Perfect spheres with inward-curved petals are set against dark green foliage, creating a stunning combination. Ball dahlias are the perfect choice for planting along walkways, in containers, or along the border of the cutting garden. A great pick for bouquets and flower arrangements because of its superb vase life. Learn More →
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    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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    This Dutch Iris mix gives you all bi-colors with an accent on the newer gold and orangey tiger-type hybrids. A true rainbow of beautiful combinations. Easy to plant, great in a vase! (Iris hollandica) Learn More →
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    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 →
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    This double Darwin Hybrid is from Japan and boasts huge, camellia-like flowers that continuously change from yellow to red. Akebono’s blooms are also sweetly fragrant and the foliage is a brilliant green color. Learn More →
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    Known for its traditional shape, the Avalon daffodil has a large flower on one stem with a large center cup. Its light yellow and cream color is bright and cheery. Once established and undisturbed, the Avalon will multiply to create more blooms season after season. Grow in container, fields or gardens. The large cupped daffodils are an excellent cut flower, blooming in mid spring. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    With deep burgundy petals dipped in white, this Dinnerplate Dahlia’s double blooms are a show-stopper both in the garden and cut for flower arrangements. Learn More →
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    This charming little wildflower from Europe has been an early spring favorite for centuries. Plant them in drifts and enjoy them every spring. Children of all ages love hunting for these early blooms through the snow. (Galanthus woronowii) Learn More →
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    Electric Blue blooms up to 12" tall. The brilliance you know from the regular-sized grape hyacinths in a giant. (Bellevalia pycnantha) Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

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    Yellow Cheerfulness has been an heirloom Daffodil favorite since 1937. It has showy double -primrose yellow flowers with a wonderful fragrance. Each stem produces 2-4 flowers that last up to 4 weeks. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Deep orange blooms are framed by tall, upright stems and gorgeous variegated foliage. This Canna is gorgeous in a border garden or planted in containers. Learn More →
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    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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    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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    Fabulously fragrant Peruvian Daffodil is a white wildflower that is native to South America. Easy to grow and striking in the garden or vase. Hardy in Zones 7-10, it's considered an annual in all other zones, that can be lifted and stored for the following year.(Hymenocallis festalis) Learn More →
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    Fringed Tulip Bulbs Mix is a collection of yellow, pinks, lavender, and peach colored flowers. Each variety has its own crystal like fringe on the edges of every petal. Plant this mix in pots for a colorful addition to patios, or in a sunny garden for a burst of color in mid-spring. (Tulipa) Learn More →

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