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Make a statement with this beautiful arrangement of large artificial white amaryllis handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. Five bu...lbs of white amaryllis are nestled with artificial ferns in this contemporary matte white ceramic vase. The overall dimensions are measured leaf tip to leaf tip, bottom of planter to tallest flower. Measurements are approximate, and will be determined by your final shaping of the arrangement upon unpacking it. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping. This item is only recommended for indoor use. Features: 5 Bulbs of large artificial white amaryllis flowers Made in the USA Color: White / Matte White read more

House of Silk Flowers
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Make a statement with this beautiful large artificial white amaryllis handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. A single bulb of white... amaryllis is securely "potted" in this contemporary matte white ceramic cube. The overall dimensions are measured leaf tip to leaf tip, bottom of planter to tallest flower. Measurements are approximate, and will be determined by your final shaping of the arrangement upon unpacking it. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping. This item is only recommended for indoor use. Features: Single bulb of large artificial white amaryllis Made in the USA Material: Ceramic Color: White / Matte White read more

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Make a statement with this beautiful large artificial red amaryllis handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. A single bulb of red ama...ryllis is securely "potted" in this contemporary gloss black ceramic cube. The overall dimensions are measured leaf tip to leaf tip, bottom of planter to tallest flower. Measurements are approximate, and will be determined by your final shaping of the arrangement upon unpacking it. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping. This item is only recommended for indoor use. Features: Single bulb of large artificial red amaryllis Made in the USA Material: Ceramic Color: Red / Gloss Black read more

Flexrake
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Features:Flower and bulb planter Classic design T-style Oak handle for easy digging Long handle Durable and long lasting construct...ion Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: 2.82 Pounds Special Offer: 10 Issues of Martha Stewart Living A $19.95 Value - Included with your purchase (Subscription and Rebate Info) read more

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Enormous 4 1/2-inch blooms in tones of cream, white, and yellow create a confection of soft color on this double-form version of t...he classic Ice Follies! The cup is ruffled and frilled, offset by a wide, cream-colored perianth. This early-season bloomer reaches 20 inches tall, with healthy mid-green foliage. Double Daffodils give you twice the color show! The magnificent double blooms of this mid- to late-spring bloomer dress up gardens and vases! Large, full, rounded blooms from big, healthy bulbs. Zones 4 to 8. Pack of 10. read more

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An heirloom from great-grandmothers garden, Mount Hood has been delighting gardeners since 1937, and it just seems to be increasin...g in popularity! And why not? The trumpets of these gorgeous, long-lasting 4-inch blooms open cream and change to pure white, matching the snowy petals that surround it. So good-looking in garden or vase! Mount Hood reaches 15 to 17 inches tall and blooms in midseason in the sunny garden. Like all Daffodils, it is left alone by nibbling animals (including deer!), and over time it multiplies into large, glorious drifts. Just give it good drainage and full sunshine, and let its foliage die back gradually after the flower has faded. Thats all it needs for year after year of beauty! Plant about 5 bulbs per square foot. Zones 4-8. read more

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Early in summer, 2 1/2- to 3-foot stems are topped by gigantic violet-pink flowerheads -- some fully 8 inches wide! This terrific ...Dutch hybrid blooms for up to 3 weeks, repeating more reliably than its cousin, Allium giganteum. Because its sterile, it puts all its energy into producing more flowers instead of making seeds -- and you reap the benefits! Ideal combined with low-growing, mounding perennials. Zones 4-8. read more

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This rapidly multiplying variety blooms with the Daffodils year after year. Its dense spires of rich blue thrive in both sun and s...hade, and the fragrance grows with each passing spring, as it spreads to form ever larger colonies. Ideal beneath trees and shrubs or among larger spring-blooming bulbs. 6 to 8 inches tall. Trouble-free, hardy everywhere, and a true treasure of spring! Zones 3-8. read more

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Large, vividly colored 4- to 5-inch lavender-pink double flowers appear on leafless stems in mid-autumn on this splendid bulb. Kno...wn as Autumn Crocus, Colchicum delights with fall flowers, and Waterlily is a particularly beautiful double-flowered variety. Colchicum is an interesting bulb. You plant it in fall, but in spring the only thing you get is foliage! Long after youve forgotten about it, the flowers literally burst open overnight -- in autumn, just when the garden floor needs some color! No plant is easier to grow. You can force this bulb indoors by setting it on a bed of pebbles in a pan of shallow water, or plant it in the garden in autumn. Garden rodents and even deer will leave it alone -- the bulb is poisonous, and pests keep their distance! These bright rosy-pink double blooms reach 4 to 5 inches wide, packed with long, slender petals. The flowers really do resemble a waterlily! No Colchicum is more lovely. Tuck the bulbs into your garden this autumn, and prepare to be delighted (and surprised!) next fall! Zones 5-8. read more

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Five to six golden-yellow blooms per head, shining brilliantly on 12-inch stems. After the flowers, grassy foliage arises and stay...s attractive all winter. Prefers wet winters and hot, dry summers. Just as summer color vanishes, this elegant member of the Amaryllis family arrives to rejuvenate the garden! With lovely trumpet-shaped, plentiful blooms, Lycoris thrives in sunny spots with good drainage: just plant and forget! Zones 7-10. read more

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(Heirloom 1889) Most of the tricks garden plants play on us are disappointing, so Magic Lilys dramatic, overnight late-summer bloo...m is all the more welcome! One of the stars of the sunny garden, this reliable performer puts on the final show of the season, offering large, bold trumpets of rosy-pink just as the bright annuals and perennials are fading! The glossy early-spring foliage passes and dies back weeks or even months before the blooms appear, and you may have forgotten all about them (or reluctantly chalked up a garden failure!) when suddenly, almost literally overnight, the blooms open atop thick, leafless stems! The 2 1/2-foot stalks are a useful size for the border or bed ? not tall enough to need staking, yet definitely a stately presence. The blooms are 2 to 3 inches across, their long petals bent back a bit to reveal a golden throat and prominent russet anthers. Long-lasting and quite abundant, they look too good to be true, but require nothing from you except admiration! Their pink cast led to the common name of Naked Ladies, but they are also called the Resurrection Lily. Of course, it turns out that they arent lilies at all (that would be too easy!), but a member of the Amaryllis family. The original plant and forget bulb, Magic Lily asks only full sun and reasonably well-drained soil. Does not bloom the first year. Hardy in zones 5-10. read more

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Synonym: Tricyrtis sinonome One of the most beautiful flowering perennials for the shade garden, this Toad Lily has been a popular... cut-flower in Japan for many years, and is now eager to grace your border and vases with its glorious blooms. Sinonome is easy to grow, very free-flowering, and long-lived, slowly spreading to fill in bare spots and create a large, lush planting that flowers in autumn. This moisture lover sets bright green leaves, slightly ribbed, to 4 inches long in symmetrical ladders on long, strong stems. These are topped with long, pointed violet buds in late summer, each opening to a wide-petaled 1-inch-wide flower of cream, burgundy, and white. Freckled, streaked, and washed with color, each flower is uniquely beautiful, and there are plenty of every stem of Sinonome! Expect this Toad Lily to reach 30 to 36 inches high in bloom, and to start out at about a foot wide, spreading to 2 feet within a season or two. Left alone by most pests and diseases (snails can be an issue; use the same remedies you do for your Hostas), all it asks is consistently moist soil and partial to full shade. Long-lived, slowly spreading, and almost unbelievably elegant, this is a perennial you must try in your choicest shady garden spots! Space these plants about 2 feet apart, or slightly closer together if you want more dense converage immediately. Plan for the long term with Sinonome -- it will live a long and beautiful life where happy in the garden, and your indoor arrangements as well as your shade border or woodland garden will be all the better for it! Zones 5-8. read more

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This plant looks so exotic, with its combination of big, creamy-edged leaves and exquisite spotted pink blooms, that nobody need k...now its a cinch to grow! Gilt Edge is a shade- and moisture-loving Toad Lily, ready to flower for weeks during the dull late-summer-early-fall season when the garden is at one of those awkward in between stages! Gilt Edge is showier than most Formosa Toad Lilies, with long, elegant leaves the size of dollar bills, jaggedly edged in a creamy yellow that varies leaf by leaf. Vigorous and attractive all season, it doesnt brown out toward the end of summer, as some Toad Lilies will, but stays as fresh and clean as though the leaves were newly unfurled! The blooms may remind you of Orchids; just an inch across, they stand out brilliantly, their deep pink petals merrily spotted in deep purple. Expect them to keep coming for several weeks, offering a terrific color show in the garden. Plant Gilt Edge in the shade garden, giving it more sun in the north than in the south. It will colonize readily if you allow it room, so clear a wide area and get ready to watch this Toad Lily make itself at home! A good companion to ferns and Hostas, it reaches 20 to 24 inches tall and up to 30 inches wide in evenly moist (not boggy or wet) soil. If youre planting more than one, space them about 2 feet apart to give them room to spread! Hardy in zones 4-8. read more

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Daffodils are a worry-free garden classic, and Dear Love is one of the most gorgeous and impressive Daffodils ever grown. For a re...liable source of colorful blooms in the Spring, there is no better option than Dear Love! Bred by Grant Mitsch (who started hybridizing Daffodils in the 30s), this exceptional cultivar features the same beautiful large-cupped blooms of Accent, but now augmented with a gorgeous split corona! Intensely frilled and ruffled, this split corona takes on a peachy tone, accented by lemon yellow in the center and edged in a creamy white. Truly one of the most trouble-free perennials of all time, Narcissus (Daffodil) grows and multiplies wonderfully on its own, filling in large drifts with spring color all without any help from you! Famously resistant to disease and untroubled by pests, these dream perennials don?t even need divided: just plant them in a well-drained soil with at least half a day of sunlight, and let them take it from there! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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This truly unique daffodil features yellow, salmon-edged inner cups that lay in a delicate, intricately overlapped pattern, lookin...g as if they were carefully folded by an Origami master! The sophisticated blooms emit a delicate fragrance somewhat reminiscent of Hyacinth or Jasmine. A showstopping accent plant for the border or specimen planting, this naturalizing bulb will also grow effortlessly in landscapes, but its blooms are so distinctive and impressive that its primary use should be in the cutting garden! Add the delightful color and fragrance of Taurus to your vase this season, and it will delight you for many springs to come! Truly one of the most trouble-free perennials of all time, Narcissus (Daffodil) grows and multiplies wonderfully on its own, filling in large drifts with spring color all without any help from you! Famously resistant to disease and untroubled by pests, these dream perennials don?t even need divided: just plant them in a well-drained soil with at least half a day of sunlight, and let them take it from there! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 4 to 9. read more

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Talk about flower power! If theres a brighter, more petal-packed, or outright scene-stealing Amaryllis around, I have yet to find ...it! These fully double blooms of blazing scarlet measure a whopping 8 inches across, so laden with color and long-lasting texture that youd better plan for a winter-long display of riches! Red Peacock brought down the house at the renowned Breezand bulb show, walking away with the honors. Every stem of this vigorous bulb bears 4 stunning blooms, their color almost incandescent! Like all our Amaryllis, Red Peacock can be grown at any time of year -- just pot it up 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! The flowers are very long-lasting -- several weeks is common, or up to a week if cut for the vase -- and trouble-free. To get years of color from your Amaryllis keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it very well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms (finally) pass, trim their stems down to a few inches, place the pot back in a sunny spot, and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, remove the plant from sun, stop watering, and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the color show all over again! If you do re-pot you bulb (which you probably should every 3 to 5 years), you may notice small bulbils growing along the edges of the main bulb. These may be left alone or potted separately and grown as new plants (though they will take several years to reach mature size, of course). If you live in a tropical climate (zones 9-10), Amaryllis will grow like Topsy in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Blooms appear in mid- to late winter. Bulb size 26/28. read more

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Fragrant, easy-as-pie, endlessly beautiful Hyacinth is just made for the task of filling your best vases and sunniest garden spots... with bold, long-lasting color and fresh sweet scent, and Eros is one of its loveliest varieties. This exceptional new double-flowered Hyacinth greets you in early to mid-spring with stunning pink blooms marked with lovely white edges! Growing about 10 inches high, they fill the air with their strong, sweet perfume, adding another layer of beauty to the garden. Easy to grow and versatile, Eros is ideal for everything from formal gardens to sprinkling among perennials beds to planting along walkways. Zones 4-9. read more

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Astonishing flower size and double the petal count -- there is no doubt that Marquis lives up to its name with its regal demeanor ...and glorious presentation! This double-flowered creamy white Amaryllis complements all other colors, lasts a very long time, and becomes the natural centerpiece of any indoor winter color display. Borne on very thick, strong stems, these blooms open magnificently with just a hint of pale green at the center, enclosed by layers of soft ivory-white. The color and form of the blooms may remind you of Gardenia in its gentle curves and hint of cream. And unlike many double-flowered varieties, Marquis has tremendous staying power, blooming beautifully for weeks on stems that top 18 inches high. Consider it an essential part of your winter decor! Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. Zones 10-11. read more

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Native to the rainforests of Brazil, this very rare Amaryllis is among the most distinctive and highly sought varieties in the wor...ld. Commonly known as the butterfly Amaryllis (Papillio is French for butterfly), this species is revered for its orchid-like blooms, with hypnotic rosy eyes drawing you in to stare at the creamy green petals, each elegantly pinstriped from base to tip with burgundy streaks. The two dominant petals are not unlike a butterfly?s wings! Like most Amaryllis, Papillio is a temperennial, meaning that it is perennial only in the warmest climates. In Zones 9, 10, and 11 this Amaryllis will thrive planted right in the garden, blooming in mid spring. But for most of the US it is not cold hardy and should be grown in a container. On the patio, enjoy Papillios bloom show outdoors, then when evening temperatures start to dip in the fall, bring it indoors to go through its dormancy. Keep it in a cool, dark, and dry place until next spring when all threat of frost has passed. Alternately, you can keep Papillio indoors all year as a houseplant, which has the advantage that it allows you to force its bloomtime, producing exquisite tropical flowers through the dead of winter! To achieve this, put the plant in a south-facing window around October and begin watering it. The bloom show will dazzle you over the winter months. After the blooms are spent, the foliage will continue to gather energy for next year. Wait until the leaves naturally flop, which means the plant is going dormant, then trim back the foliage and stow away the bulb until next Fall! Papillio is a slow and steady Amaryllis. For the first year or two it may not bloom at all, and when it does it tends to be later in the season than other Amaryllis. Once it becomes established, though, you will see that the wait is well worth it! Growing larger and more impressive each year, once mature this Amaryllis reliably sets 4 to 6 stunning blooms, each perfectly patterned and over 6 inches wide! Zones 9 to 11. Bulb size is 24/26. Note: Amaryllis are toxic if ingested, so keep pets and children away from them. read more

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This exotic beauty comes to us bearing European awards for its superb form and color patterning. Reminiscent of Hippeastrum papili...o, the popular Butterfly Amaryllis, Rio Negro charms with pinstriped red-and-white blooms with long, slender, widely-space petals. But it also adds a purple-streaked stem and very prolific blooms, creating the ideal winter holiday plant. Rio Negro offers 1 to 3 stems per bulb. Each stem bears anywhere from 1 to 3 buds. The result is a bouquet of blooms over many, many weeks! And each flower is 6 inches wide (or a bit more), with a white base overlaid in dark red that appears solid near the base, fanning out into very narrow stripes as the petal progresses. Stunning! Expect Rio Negro to reach between 12 and 18 inches high. A Cybister type, it was developed from many strains of South American species. The long filaments are colorful as well. Such a refreshing change from traditional Amaryllis, it makes an attention-getting and very prolific holiday plant. Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. Zones 10-11. read more

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Representing the best of new breeding, Bogota is an elegant and unusual Amaryllis, its long, slender petals widely spaced and recu...rved to display long stamens and flashes of green on the reverse. Make it the centerpiece of your indoor holiday garden this season! The scarlet petals are perfectly sculpted, their charmingly curved tips revealing streaks of green among the red on the undersides. Very long-lasting, they offer a turks cap look to the traditional Amaryllis display, combining well with other spider-flowered as well as more traditional Hippeastrum varieties. The stems are sturdy as well, reaching 18 to 24 inches long and prepared for the many weeks of bloom from every bud! Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. Zones 10-11. read more

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Since 1899 King Alfred has been the worlds best-loved Daffodil, and our selection is an improvement on the classic! 16 to 18 inche...s tall, vigorous, and better than ever with a 4-inch perianth. Single, early-spring blooms whose coronas (trumpets) are as long as or even longer than their perianths (petals). The all-time classic! Our high-quality bulbs each produce at least two strong flower stems--providing immediate satisfaction the first year and even more as they increase over the years. Plant about 5 bulbs per square foot. Great for forcing. Zones 3-8. read more

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Nonstop summer garden performance in a new color. Look forward to the continuing display of showy, full double 4" blazing blooms ...set off by light red stems and triangular, finely serrated foliage. read more

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Electrifying color combination! From the breeders of the ever-loved Nonstop begonia comes this haunting beauty. Serrated, deep cho...colate foliage with bright green veining peeks out below large 4-5", perfectly formed bright pink blooms. The color combination is electrifying. Lovely in a small garden bed, in individual specimen containers or in combination urns. Grows best in well-worked and well-drained soil. read more

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Easy growing, shade-loving mounded plants. Sparks Will Fly is a stunner, with gentle, orange single blooms emerging from beautiful... dark-green, almost bronze foliage with light veins. Shade-loving, easy-growing, mounded 12" plants are pure poetry in a shaded patio container. read more

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Stunning red-orange plumes with feathery spikes: a continuous show of sensuous color. One gorgeous breakthrough: the first-ever, h...igh-quality canna you can grow from seed. Sun-loving tropical beauty infuses the border with large, ravishing red-orange-scarlet blooms and alluring deep-green, paddle-shaped foliage. AAS winner blooms and reblooms from early summer well into fall. Each 18-36? tall plant flourishes a half-dozen flowering stems, crowned with 4? gladiolus-type blooms. Compact, vigorous, uniform, well-branched plants prefer heat (best over 77 degrees). Foliage continues to charm when not flowering. Excellent candidate for the sun-splashed border, containers, and the edge of water gardens. Tolerates heat, rain, damp soil and will even endure a bit of frost. Full sun read more

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Crocus are known as the harbingers of spring, peeking out from snowy gardens everywhere to offer the first hint of a spring thaw! ...With this premium mix of colors and forms, you get all the finest Giant Dutch Crocus for an amazingly low price! Even before the snow has melted, youll see the first of these 2- to 4-inch cup-shaped flowers nestling just above ground level. Flanked by grassy bright green foliage, Crocus last for many weeks, offering a merry mix of white, yellow, blue, purple, and violet. So colorful, so unexpected! Crocus naturalizes readily where it is happy, so the planting you may this season will likely increase into larger and larger colonies over time. All this bulb asks is well-drained, reasonably fertile soil in full sunshine to light or dappled shade. Simple! Most of the varieties in this mix will reach 3 to 5 inches high in bloom, and spread just 2 to 4 inches wide (the width of their blooms and no more!). Nestle them around trees, circling the base of the mailbox, along the edge of the foundation, and on garden paths. You can never have too many Crocus! Zones 3-8. (Pack of 10) read more

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Reblooming beauty produces continuing show of countless 6-petalled 4? golden blooms. Boasting vibrant, deep golden-yellow double ...flowers with ruffled edges, this ever-popular daylily creates a shimmering blaze of color you can admire from a distance. Reblooming beauty starts flowering in early mid-season, producing a continuing show of countless 6-petalled, 4? golden blooms. Long-stemmed 20? tall plants, with long, arching, strappy leaves, are quickly multiplying and amazingly hardy. Nothing?not drought, heat, poor or dry soil?will phase these vigorous, adaptable and beautiful plants. read more

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Transforms into a shimmering pink sea of diamond-dusted 3? blooms. Daylily cultivar has won prize after prize, and you?ll quickly... see why. Over time, a massing of the extraordinarily hardy, wildly floriferous 20" tall plants transforms into a shimmering pink sea of diamond-dusted 3? blooms, with ever more flowers appearing. Admired up-close, daylily?s silky pink bloom reveals a rose band, a sunny yellow watermark, and a green throat. Flowers offer extended bloom over the day?16 hours?and over the season, first blooming in early summer, and reblooming thereafter. Vigorous grower and rapid propagator can tolerate the harshest conditions: poor and dry soils, slopes, city air. Easy to maintain, quick to multiply. read more

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Prize-winning landscape plant with richly-toned scarlet 4? blooms. As the summer afternoon progresses, ?Frankly Scarlet?s scarlet ...blooms ramp up their color intensity. With alluring blue-green foliage, 24" tall plants begin their perennial color show in early-mid-season and go right on reblooming all summer. Prize-winning landscape plant is vigorous and adaptable; shows excellent sun tolerance. read more

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The perfect Allium to place before its larger cousins or as a cover-up for leggy plants, Graceful Beauty reaches just about a foot... high but sports merry 3-inch globes of white, marked with soft lavender anthers and stamens. The effect is of a merry polka-dotted confection, and these blooms last and last in garden or vase. Easy to grow, theyre a must-have for the bulb garden! The blooms on Graceful Beauty are perfectly rounded, covered in star-shaped florets, and ideal for fresh or dried use. They appear in late spring and early summer on very thick, substantial stems that withstand wind and rain nicely in the garden. Graceful Beauty reaches 12 to 16 inches in full bloom, and you can cut the stem right at the base for a long-stemmed flower as elegant as (and much longer-lasting than) a rose. No plant is easier to grow than Allium, and it will naturalize over time where it is happy. Deer and other nibbling creatures tend to leave it alone, but hummingbirds pay their full respects! Give Graceful Beauty full sunshine in all but the warmest climates, where it appreciates relief from the afternoon sun. It sets strap-shaped leaves at the base of the plant, well below the blooms, and dies back after blooming. Tidy and low maintenance, its perfect for any setting from the border to the side of garden paths, the foundation, and even along the baking-hot driveway! Graceful Beauty is a new look for Allium, its soft play of color the perfect complement to brighter, darker blooms in the garden. Pair it with its taller cousins or with roses and peonies. It blooms at the height of the flowering season in the garden, so its companions are myriad! Zones 4-8. read more

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Grape Hyacinth is one of the easiest and most beautiful bulbs in the spring-blooming garden, and Early Giant is an exceptional cul...tivar in the family. Rich, cobalt-blue hues on unusually large flowers distinguish this variety, which you will want to plant freely in sun and shade! Grape Hyacinth blooms at the same time as the daffodils in most gardens, and is often planted in conjunction with those taller bulbs. Just 6 to 8 inches high, this beauty forms a long, conical dome of brightest blue, long-lasting and richly fragrant. But Early Giant is much more versatile than daffodils. It tolerates shade, and can be planted even in the poor soil beneath trees. Naturalizing readily, it forms delightful colonies of sweet-scented, rich blue that you will treasure for years to come. Early Giant is easy to force indoors, too, for fragrant winter blooms. Make it part of your indoor winter garden, adding color and scent to the shortest days of the year. You will love this carefree bloomer! Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 20. read more

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A blend of deep purple and white, this large-flowering crocus mix is very early blooming, filling the early spring garden with a d...azzling color show! The cup-shaped, upward-facing blooms may only be 4 inches tall, but their beauty makes them stand out wherever theyre grown. Just provide sun and well-drained soil, and youll have a spring display that is truly breathtaking! Zones 4-7. read more

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The most exciting Grape Hyacinth to come along in years, Mt. Hood really does resemble a snow-capped mountaintop! White-tipped spi...res of bright blue open in mid-spring, complementing Daffodils and early-season Tulips alike with rich color and sweet fragrance! Just 6 to 8 inches tall, Mt. Hood is ideal as a groundcover, container choice, or garden accent for sun OR shade! This rapidly multiplying variety blooms year after year in any light from full sun to partial shade. Its dense spires of rich blue increaese each year as it colonizes. Ideal beneath trees and shrubs or among larger spring-blooming bulbs. Trouble-free, hardy everywhere, and a true treasure of spring! Space bulbs 4 to 6 inches apart. Zones 2-9. read more

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Creates a spectacular pool of blue! Rich violet-blue blooms are highlighted by orange accents. Try planting with Albus for even mo...re intense color! When most of us think of Crocus, we picture a dazzling early-spring bloom pushing its way through frosty ground. Yet this fall-blooming variety lingers so late in mild climates that it can almost greet its spring cousins at winters end! Hardy to -40?F, it is an easy-to-grow joy in gardens or containers. Zones 3-8. read more

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Delightful old-fashioned favorites! Wood Hyacinths, also known as Spanish Bluebells, quickly form colonies of pretty, bell-shaped ...flowers on 10- to 15-inch open spikes, and will naturalize in the garden or woods. A fine companion to your late-blooming tulips, they thrive in sun or shade in most climates. Hardy from one end of the country to the other, Wood Hyacinths arise in pastel shades of pink and blue, plus clear white. Expect about a dozen nodding bells on every stem, lasting for several weeks thanks to their slightly waxy texture. This plant reaches just 6 inches high when not in bloom, but the flowering spikes can top 12 inches. Wood Hyacinth goes by many names. The current correct botanic name is Hyacinthoides hispanica, but you may also see them listed as Scilla campanulata and even Endymion hispanicus. Native to Spain, Portugal, and parts of northern Africa, they are ideal for naturalizing into large, lovely colonies in woodland gardens, sun and shade borders, and beneath deciduous trees. In most areas they appreciate a bit of shade in the summer heat, but they are famously adaptable. After Wood Hyacinths bloom, the foliage dies down, and by early summer it has either gone completely dormant or is looking quite bedraggled. Let it die back before you trim it or move the bulbs; it stores nutrients during the post-bloom period. Try planting Wood Hyacinths among Hostas, Ferns, Astilbes, and other leafy perennials to hide the fading foliage. It also does well in containers of all types. Enjoy this super-easy, versatile bulb! Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 20 bulbs. read more

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Light up your spring with flaming beauty! The fiery red-orange, heavily frilled corona of this exciting Dutch hybrid makes a brill...iant contrast to its pristine, snowy white perianth! Very large flowers -- about 4 inches across -- are well rounded, with beautifully overlapping petals. This is a heavy-blooming variety, with flowers held 18 to 20 inches high, well above the foliage. Plant generously in large clusters; blooms midseason. Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 10 bulbs. read more

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We know of no more beautiful way to welcome spring back into your garden than with this stunning blend of 3 premier Daffodil varie...ties! Welcoming Trumpets celebrates Natures easiest bulb with the ideal mix of solid white, solid yellow, and white-and-yellow, all sporting wide, clear perianths (outer petals) and a long, elegant trumpet! Eager to naturalize over the years in your garden, this blend is certain become the focal point of your landscape. Welcoming Trumpets contains premier Dutch bulbs, large and ready to establish in your sunny to partly shaded garden. Daffodils are perennial in hardiness zones 3 through 8, and over time they spread into larger and larger colonies. Give them well-worked, well-drained soil, and they will repay you with years of color. In this blend you get 3 varieties, all with the same height and bloom time. Expect the flowers to arise on stems about 16 inches high in early to mid-spring, depending on your climate. Sweetly fragrant, they fill the garden with the promise of another glorious growing season underway! The varieties in this collection are all trumpet daffodils, with a long, elegant central cup surrounded by wide outer petals called the perianth. Some will be solid white, others solid yellow, and still others both colors! Cut them for the vase or let them beautify the garden -- either way, the blooms will last for several weeks. When the flowers are spent, let their stems remain in the garden until they turn brown and fall over (this will take several weeks). During this post-flowering period, the bulb is actually storing all the nutrients it needs for another season of beauty. You may want to interplant your Daffodils with Daylilies, Irises, or other perennials to offer another season of color following the early spring triumph of the Daffodils! Welcoming Trumpets is an economical and utterly lovely investment in the long-term landscape. The planting you make this fall -- even of just a few bulbs -- will repay you richly in years to come. Daffodils are left alone by deer and other nibbling creatures, and generally very disease-free. And no plant is easier! Add this low maintenance display to the garden this season! Zones 3-8. read more

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Blended by hand! Just plant these bulbs and let nature take its course. Year after year, theyll increase in number, and youll enjo...y an ever-growing effect in fragrance and cheerful beauty. Our carefully selected Top-of-the-Line Daffodil Mix contains premium varieties chosen for their balance of color and long blooming season. Fifteen (or more!) different varieties run the gamut from whites, yellows, bicolors, and even pinks to bloom in early, mid-, and late season. Plant them in fields and along the edge of the woods to naturalize, or tuck them into a favorite spot in your garden. Whatever you do, plant lots! These quality bulbs produce at least 2 blooms each, so youll want plenty on hand. They make excellent cut flowers for bouquets, too, so you can spread their cheer indoors! Note: The varieties in this special mix are chosen for their ease of culture, rapid increase, and long life, and all are guaranteed to please. Zones 4-9. read more

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The rounded, double orange-and-yellow flowers of this exotic beauty may remind you of Gardenias! These 4-inch blooms on strong 16-...inch stems have won numerous prestigious awards in Europe, and arise in midseason. They add spectacular color and form to any Daffodil display, and are perfect for cutting! Tahiti offers deep yellow petals surrounding an orange-edged ruffled cup -- a completely unique look in the Daffodil family! The hot tropical colors and elaborate double-flowered form give this spring bloomer a tropical look that lives up to its name! Double Daffodils give you twice the color show! The magnificent double blooms of this mid- to late-spring bloomer are large, full, and rounded, yet have the great staying power and ability to naturalize for which Daffodils are so beloved. Make Tahiti part of your garden this season! Zones 4-8. Pack of 10. read more

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Cheer up gloomy winter days with these fragrant, 3- to 4-inch flowerheads of white blooms on 16-inch stems. Extra-large flowering ...bulbs produce big, healthy blooms that can be forced to bloom anytime between Thanksgiving and Valentines Day! The perfect holiday gift for a gardening or flower-loving friend, Paperwhites (also known as Polyanthus Narcissus) grow easily in a dish filled with a layer of pebbles and just enough water to raise the humidity. Keep the bulbs in a cool, dry place prior to forcing. They store well, so you can begin growing them in succession every few weeks for nonstop indoor blooms all winter! Our top-size bulbs produce up to 18 blooms per spike, with a fantastically sweet scent that is particularly welcome in winters gloom. Do find a place for them in your home this season; they will quickly become an essential part of your winter decorating scheme! Also suitable for outdoor growth in zones 8 to 10. read more

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Accepted Royal Horticultural Society Name: Loveday. This Large-Cup Daffodil grows just one bloom per stem, but each is huge and go...rgeous, with frilly petals of lemon yellow and perfectly-formed trumpets of rich tangerine! Each bloom is like a ray of sunshine, adding a splash of warm color that will bring life to any drab bed, border, pathway, or woodland garden! Truly one of the most trouble-free perennials of all time, Narcissus (Daffodil) grows and multiplies wonderfully on its own, filling in large drifts with spring color all without any help from you! Famously resistant to disease and untroubled by pests, these dream perennials dont even need divided: just plant them in a well-drained soil with at least half a day of sunlight, and let them take it from there! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Citrus Splash Mix is a gorgeous blend of some of the fanciest and most colorful Daffodils we know -- not to mention the most fragr...ant! Arising at various times in spring, this is a mix to bring you a long, lovely season of irresistible color! Red-cupped, butter-and-sugar bicolors, and large trumpets are all features of this mix, which is composed of premier, large-size Dutch bulbs. These Narcissus are ready to establish in your garden and colonize over time, creating great drifts of color in full sun to part shade. Cast them across a meadow, along the driveway, down a slope, or among the perennials and shrubs in your borders and beds. Wherever the soil is well-drained and receives at least half a day of sunshine or dappled light, Citrus Mix will thrive! Because one of the features of Citrus Splash MIx is variety, the daffodils in this collection bloom at varying times and reach various heights. Expect them, in general, to be about 12 to 16 inches high, 6 to 8 inches wide (although they can be planted much closer together, especially in containers), and to flower in early to mid-spring, depending on your climate. Most are bicolors, and all are sweetly fragrant. Theres just no way to lose with this fabulous blend! Perennial in hardiness zones 3 through 8, Daffodils are very resistant to pests (including deer, rabbits, voles, and other nibblers -- the bulbs are poisonous, and animals know it!) and diseases. They need no attention beyond a good deep planting in well-drained soil. After flowering, let the stems remain in the garden until they turn brown and fall over (this will take several weeks). During this post-flowering period, the bulb is actually storing all the nutrients it needs for another season of beauty. You may want to interplant your Daffodils with Daylilies, Irises, or other perennials to offer another season of color following the early spring triumph of the Daffodils! Citrus Splash Mix is the ideal way to create an unforgettable Daffodil display in your landscape over the long term. The planting you make this fall -- even of just 20 bulbs -- will repay you richly in years to come. Daffodils are left alone by deer and other nibbling creatures, and generally very disease-free. And no plant is easier! Add this low maintenance display to the garden this season! Zones 3-8. read more

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This new two-toned variety offers gorgeous shades of lilac and lavender. The buds are more of a dark shade of violet, but the flow...ers open to light lavender. Their unusual color, magnificent fragrance, and easy care make them a true must-have! Top Hit is ideal for a variety of garden situations, but be sure to plant a few where youll be able to enjoy their sweet perfume! Zones 4-8. read more

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Crocus are practically synonymous with spring, and most of us are thoroughly familiar with the bold Dutch Hybrids that, grouped to...gether in the border edge or sprinkled in the lawn, bring welcome news that winter is almost over. Far less well-known, and therefore perhaps even more worthy of inclusion in your garden, are the species crocus, whose blooms are smaller than their well-known cousins, but are produced in greater abundance. Their flowers open extremely early in the spring, several weeks earlier than the Dutch Crocus. In addition to extending the crocus season, they add different colors and color combinations as well as a variety of forms and habits to the spectrum of crocus. Very easy to grow, they will increase with the years, returning each spring to signal the end of winter. Our mixture is carefully balanced and encompasses a number of rare species and their cultivars to enrich the gardening experience of anyone who plants these early spring gems. Zones 3-9. read more

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Its elegant crimson blooms look delicate, but our Spider Lily is a generous producer, thanks to huge bulbs (almost twice the size ...of our competitions)! Clusters of 10 to 20 flowers arise on each 12- to 16-inch stem, followed by grassy foliage that stays fresh all winter. Prefers wet winters and hot, dry summers. Just as summer color vanishes, this elegant member of the Amaryllis family arrives to rejuvenate the garden! With lovely, plentiful blooms, Lycoris thrives in sunny spots with good drainage ? just plant and forget! Zones 7-10. read more

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The more you buy, the more you save! Naturalizing Daffodils give years and years of springtime joy. Theyre hardy and thrive with a...bsolutely no care in your garden, meadow, or woodland. Our Naturalizing Mix is hand-selected for a wide range of colors, extra-long blooming period, and delightful fragrance. Zones 4-9. read more

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A bold shade of fuchsia-infused violet edged with white. Miss Saigon offers a strong sweet fragrance with a very generous bloom ti...me. Expect the waxy, thick blooms to last up to 3 weeks, even in rough spring weather. Hyacinths were the darlings of the garden from the 16th century through Victorian times. Modern selections are limited, and growing these fine plants is a mark of distinction for any gardener. Yet they are very easy to grow in the garden or force indoors, and offer a strong sweet fragrance with a very generous bloom time. Expect the waxy, thick blooms to last up to 3 weeks, even in rough spring weather. Zones 4-8. read more

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Perfect for planting alongside other bulbs or for naturalizing! Perhaps one of the most aptly named Muscari weve ever seen, Ocean ...Magic sets spikes of medium, bell-shaped flowers that start out with a deep cobalt-blue base, gradually blending into white tips that look like white-capped ocean waves! The foliage on this new introduction is short and slender, so the flowers wont get lost in the leaves. These changing colors are too good to miss -- find a prominent place for Ocean Magic in your spring garden and best containers this season! Zones 4-9. read more

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The rich colors and evocative scent of Giant Dutch Hyacinth are so beautiful, who can pick just one or two? With this mix, you don...t have to! We have collected all the pastel tones associated with Easter and created the perfect spring blend of soft, lush color. Marvelously fragrant, theyre just right for garden and container! Just order the number of bulbs you desire (in increments of 10), and well send you a veritable rainbow of gentle spring color! These are the best-quality Giant Dutch Hyacinths on the market, guaranteed to grow and bloom quickly from a prompt planting. Grow them in the sunny bed and border, in your best containers, and even suspended over a vase of water, letting the roots just touch the water and grow! Hyacinth is a valuable addition to the spring garden, its fragrance filling the air among the lovely but scentless Tulips! The blooms are very long-lasting indoors or out, and the strong stems refuse to topple in April winds! You will get years of enjoyment from these bulbs. The colors included in this mix are all soft shades of blue and purple, white, pink, yellow, apricot, and cream. Hardy in zones 4-8. read more

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