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Lewis Tools
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Easy twisting action makes a perfect hole for bulbs and bedding plants.

Lewis Tools
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Choose your location for planting carefully. Bulbs need spring sun, so don't plant where they will be shaded by trees. Bulbs do be...st in well-drained soil with some organic material and fertilizer mixed in. Features: Bulb and garden planter Easy twisting action makes a perfect hole for bulbs and bedding plants Long handle prevents bending so you can plant while standing Guaranteed forever Step down on side foot bar and twist to cut hole to desired depth Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 37 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 5 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 10 Inches Special Offer: 13 Issues of Southern Living Magazine Included with your purchase - a $20 value (Subscription and Rebate info) read more

Vertex International
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This ergonomically designed tool keeps your body in the most comfortable positions to increase effort and safety. Features: Easy-s...tep bulb planter Excellent for planting gardens or bulbs Foot ejector Sharp angles edge Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 37.5 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 11.5 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 6.5 Inches Overall Product Weight: 4.60 Pounds 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 construc...tion Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: 2.82 Pounds read more

Ames
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Features: Hand Bulb planter The essential tool for planting bulbs The coring tube helps to easily remove and replace soil Can also... be used for planting annuals and other small plants The soft grip provides added comfort during gardening tasks Wood handle TPE poly comfort grip Chrome plated head Measurement scale included Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 3 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 4.5 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 9 Inches Overall Product Weight: 0.6 Pounds read more

Bond
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Features: Planter Material: Steel For planting bupound Features a long handle and is made from rugged steel construction Color: Re...d Show Additional Info read more

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Few Tulips can equal the dual beauty of this Double Late (Peony-Flowered) type, for Belicia opens one color and then turns another..., all the while keeping its exquisite form and fresh look. The new blooms are a bright lemon-yellow with a carmine edge, adding a glorious burst of sunshine to the bulb garden. Then, as they mature, the yellow becomes cream and finally pure white, while the carmine lipstick deepens to rich burgundy. Spectacular! Arising on stems just 18 inches high, these flowers are weather-resistant, opening late enough to miss the worst of the spring tempests and sturdy-stemmed enough to withstand the occasional strong wind or rainstorm. Theres no doubt, however, that they last longest and appear to most beautiful advantage in the vase, where you can keep an eye on their daily color change up close! Belicia is a Double Late variety, blooming at about the same time as the Parrots and the Single Lates. It unfurls to great size, but is magnificently lovely from the moment it opens, its petal tips a cluster of bright magenta at the center of the bloom. A large planting of Belicia is a rewarding sight, some of the blooms fresh yellow, others streaked with cream, and still others gleaming white. Site this Tulip in very well-drained soil receiving full sun to light shade, or plant in your favorite container. It needs no maintenance beyond enough water to keep it from drying out, and will return for years. In very warm climates, plant the bulb deeper than recommended, and mix some perlite in with heavy or clay soils to lighten it. Foolproof color, straight from the Dutch growing fields to your garden! Pack of 10. Zones 3-8. read more

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Design the tulip garden you have always wanted with Oxford Red, a classic Darwin Hybrid that represents the very best in Tulips: t...he fire-engine red color, the egg-shaped blooms, the long-lasting presence in garden or vase. If youre looking for the tulip, Oxford Red is the one! Classified as a Single Late Tulip, Oxford Red blooms in mid-spring in most climates, its flowers remaining for 3 weeks or more. They begin with the classic egg shape of the Darwins, gradually opening into a wide bowl shape. Fabulous! Oxford Red reaches 20 to 22 inches high and spreads up to a foot wide, though you may want to plant the bulbs closer together for dazzling dense coverage. Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

Distinctive Designs
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You cannot find stem flower and foliage products like these in hobby or craft stores. Distinctive Designs works directly with the ...most innovative suppliers to design and manufacture each detail of their flowers and foliage. Distinctive Designs' goal is high quality and close-to-nature perfection. Although "silk" is a common term used to describe artificial flowers and foliage, Distinctive Designs' product components are made of combinations of synthetic materials that have far more durability and do not fray or fade as silk does. Each petal, leaf and stem is individually wired to maintain realistic form, while the subtle colorations, shadings and striations in the natural plant are duplicated to perfection. Cleans easily with a duster or hair dryer on cool setting. Features: DIY Flower collection Color: Cream - Neutral / Rose Pink - Pink 2 Leaves Season: Year-Round Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 22 Inches Overall Product Weight: 1 Pounds read more

Vickerman
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Features: Artificial double dutch tulip Material: PVC and silk Potted in metallic black ceramic container Made in USA Pink color F...loral collection Manufacturer provides 1 year warranty Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 12 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 20 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 20 Inches Overall Product Weight: 4 Pounds read more

Distinctive Designs
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Waterlook is a trademarked, non-sticky, dust resistant formula which creates the illusion of fresh-cut flowers in water. Although ..."silk" is a common term used to describe artificial flowers and foliage, our floral designs are actually made of materials that have more durability and do not fray or fade as silk does. Each bloom, leaf and stem is individually created to maintain realistic form, while the subtle colorations, shadings and striations in the natural flower are duplicated to perfection! No assembly or "fluffing" required; arrangement arrives ready for display. Cleans easily with a duster or dryer on cool setting; made in the USA of imported components. Features: Material: Artificial Glass cylinder vase Hydrangeas with Stage Tulips Classic, modern Made to order Made in the USA Color: Neutrals, Cream Collection: Waterlook Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 10 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 16 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 14 Inches Overall Product Weight: 3 Pounds read more

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Hand-blended for vivid complementary colors, this mix of festive reds, oranges, yellows, pinks, and bicolors is perfect for the bo...rder, in front of shrubs, or as companions to Daffodils. Spectacularly colorful and generously sized, Darwin Hybrids are standouts in the midseason garden. Parks top-quality, Dutch-bred 11- to 12-cm. bulbs produce 4-inch blooms on extra-sturdy 20- to 24-inch plants. Selected for longevity, each bulb blooms over several springs. In the garden or the vase (where they last a full week), our Darwin Hybrids are unsurpassed! Zones 3-8. read more

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No color in the garden glows more brightly than this pure red, double-flowered Tulip! A Peony-Flowered type that blooms late in th...e season, Red Princess is the ideal Tulip for garden or vase, attracting attention and compliments in any setting. The blooms have twice the petal power, and are held in a rounded form that resembles a Peony. They open slowly on 18-inch stems, and are quite long-lasting in garden or vase. A dependable favorite that always gives its best, Red Princess deserves a place of honor. Like all Tulips, this one performs best in deep, loamy, sandy soil, well-enriched each year with organics. It may be annual in the warmest parts of the country, and can be grown as an annual far south of its hardiness range. In northern regions, it will return for several seasons of beauty in the sunny garden. Zones 3 to 8. Pack of 10 bulbs. read more

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Blue flowers are rare, but a blue Tulip is rarer still! Magnificent 8- to 10-inch wide, curled and frilled blue-purple petals are ...brushed with mauve, bronze, and purple. A bed filled with these magnificent Tulips looks for all the world like a flock of exotic birds ruffling their feathers in the spring sunshine. Blooming mid- to - late season atop strong, sturdy stems 20 to 22 inches tall, they need a sunny spot in good soil, sheltered from harsh wind and rain to extend the life of their blooms. Our large, 12-cm bulbs will provide plenty of excitement in your spring garden! Zones 3-7. Pack of 10 bulbs. read more

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A portrait of elegance, Queensland will mystify you with finely-fringed, fully double blooms. Absolutely breathtaking, these deep ...pink blooms appear rimed in threads of white frost, creating a truly one-of-a-kind look! The sophistication and beauty of these blooms makes them ideal for a specimen planting or cutflower arrangement, or a place in the landscape where they are sure to get the attention they deserve! Like other tulips, Queensland thrives in sunny spots, and is not picky about soil type so long as the drainage is good. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. In warmer zones (7 and 8), Tulips like more shade, with just some morning sun. Plant tulip bulbs about 8 inches deep, and dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards dont worry about watering;tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Add Queensland to your garden this fall, and its pink, frilled blooms will elevate the entire display with their spectacular beauty! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Design the tulip garden you have always wanted with Oxford Yellow, a classic Darwin Hybrid that represents the very best in Tulips...: the brilliant sunny yellow color, the egg-shaped blooms, the long-lasting presence in garden or vase. Nothing is more cheerful or eye-catching in the garden than these bold drops of sunshine! Classified as a Single Late Tulip, Oxford Yellow blooms in mid-spring in most climates, its flowers remaining for 3 weeks or more. They begin with the classic egg shape of the Darwins, gradually opening into a wide bowl shape. Fabulous! Oxford Yellow reaches 20 to 22 inches high and spreads up to a foot wide, though you may want to plant the bulbs closer together for dazzling dense coverage. Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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This plant is enchanting the instant it peeks out of the ground in early spring, but the most impressive display takes place in la...te spring, when the 7 wide blooms open in a frilly flourish, revealing the sworls of pink and magenta playing across their creamy petals! Though Silver Parrot is a relatively late bloomer, it will enchant you all spring long with the creamy white variegation on its silky leaves! Like other Division 9 (Parrot) tulips, Siver Parrot features single blooms with scalloped and heavily fringed tepals, creating a very sophisticated, exotic look. The romantic effect created is ideal for the vase or bouquet, and will make visitors fall in love with your yard or garden! Plant Silver Parrot in a sunny spot with a neutral pH (6-6.5) and excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Hailing from the Dutch bulb market, this Tulip is adapted to serious winters, and requires a bit of cold weather for proper vernalization. Plant Silver Parrot in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards Silver Parrot prefers dry conditions, and only needs watered if the weather becomes very hot and dry. A carefree and exceptionally beautiful tulip, Silver Parrot will become a blessing in your garden! Pack of 20 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Just as elusive as a true blue Rose, black Tulips are as rare as they get. In a bewitching shade never seen before (and perhaps ne...ver to be captured again!), Queen of Night offers up velvety blooms of a rich, sultry purple so dark as to appear black beside lighter blooms. This single early tulip is an heirloom from 1944, and to this day there is still no other tulip that can quite match the dramatic impact of its silky purple-black blooms! Queen of the Night, ironically, is a sun-lover. Plant it in a sunny spot with excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Hailing from the Dutch bulb market, this Tulip is adapted to serious winters, and requires a bit of cold weather for proper vernalization. Plant Queen of the Night about 8 inches deep, but dig the hole slightly deeper so that you can add some grit like crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards this tulip prefers dry conditions, and only needs watered if the weather becomes exceptionally hot and dry. Your yard, garden, and vase will thank you for the gorgeous display that follows! Pack of 8. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Tulip ?Pretty Prince? NEWHighly ornamental, this cultivar boasts variegated leaves andtri-tone blooms that are both uniquely gorge...ous. Similar to?Pretty Princess?, only with an added twist: a flare of orangeadding a fiery tinge to the flower?s sides! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Add a fresh sparkle to the spring garden with the bowl-shaped, wintry white blooms of Ice Age, so lush and fully double that they ...look almost like Peonies! The innumerate petals form a high-centered whorl, creating an elegant look for beds, borders, or containers alike! True to its frigid reputation, Ice Age is very cold hardy, and actually requires a good amount of cold weather to properly vernalize and come back next spring. This means that in warmer zones it may need to be dug up and refrigerated through the winter for it to come back perennially. Site these bulbs in a sunny spot with a neutral pH (6-6.5) and excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Plant Ice Age in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole deeper so that you can add some grit like crushed gravel. This will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards dont worry about watering;tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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A bed filled with these magnificent Tulips looks for all the world like a flock of exotic birds ruffling their feathers in the spr...ing sunshine. Velvety dark purple petals streaked with crimson and green are dramatic in the spring garden or the vase. Blooms reach 8 to 10 inches wide and are fantastically curled and frilled. For a striking contrast, plant with white Tulips or with other stunning Parrots. Blooming mid- to late season atop strong, sturdy 18-inch stems, these flowers do best in a sunny spot in good soil, sheltered from harsh wind and rain. Zones 3-8. read more

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Love the bright whites and yellows of early-spring daffodils? We do too, which is why we offer this daffodils in disguise mix of t...ulips! Sunglow is a merry blend of solid gold and yellow-striped white tulips that bloom at the same time, reach about the same height, and in general look as though they were made for each other Sunglow is great for mass plantings, border displays, accents in the sunny driveway or street beds, and more. Like all tulips, theyre marvelous as cut-flowers, but they look so good together in the garden, you may not be able to bring yourself to cut them! Expect these tulips to reach about 16 inches high -- on the short side as Tulips go -- and about a foot wide. For dense coverage and lots of tight-packed color, space the bulbs just 8 to 10 inches apart. Then get ready for the show, which is in very early Tulip season (early to mid-spring in most climates.) Zones 3-7. read more

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The delicate color play on this splendid Double Late Tulip is so beautiful that you will have to plan on cutting the blooms for th...e vase. Ranging from semi to fully double, these luminous yellow blooms delight late in tulip season, and may just become your all-time favorites! Akebono is a Japanese introduction. Its name means dawn sky, and the clear yellow petals really do seem suffused with light. Each is very finely edged in bright red, and several petals on each bloom have a flame of lime-green. Stunning! Arising in late season on stems 20 to 22 inches tall, Akebono is a standout in any setting. Give it protection from harsh winds and rains, and cut the flowers just as they begin to open, so that you can enjoy the full majesty of their show for an extra day or two. If you want to leave them in the garden, be sure to plant them beside a walkway or in the front of the border, where you can enjoy the details of their color patterning up close! A splendid addition to any spring-blooming bulb garden, Akebono will become a favorite in the vase as well. Make it part of your permanent garden beginning this season! Zones 3-7. read more

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One of the most fragrant tulips in the garden, Barbados is full of surprises. The blooms begin solid green, their beautifully frin...ged edges tightly furled. Then, as they open, they turn a rich shade of crimson! Barbados blooms in mid- to late season, sturdy and strong on 20- to 22-inch stems. The flowers are single, but the petals are so wide, elegantly curved, and fringed that they can appear to be double until fully open. Best of all, they share their sweet fragrance with surrounding flowers in the bulb garden, and make a very sweet bouquet! Introduced in 1999, Barbados is an exceptional cultivar. Give it protection from harsh winds and rains, and cut the flowers just as they begin to open, so that you can enjoy the full majesty of their show for an extra day or two. If you want to leave them in the garden, be sure to plant them beside a walkway or in the front of the border, where you can enjoy the details of their color patterning up close! A splendid addition to any spring-blooming bulb garden, Barbados will become a favorite in the vase as well. Make it part of your permanent garden beginning this season! Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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No matter how long youve gardened, well bet youve never grown a Tulip that looks or acts like Sunlover. This Double Late variety i...s unique, opening reddish-orange and then acquiring more and more golden streaks, until the tips and many of the petals are bright gold with an orange wash! Youre going to want to enjoy it in both garden and vase, so order a few extra bulbs and end Tulip season with a flourish like none other! Sunlover is a double-flowred variety with a big bowl shade upon opening. The tips of each large, rounded petal point straight up, in the classic Tulip look pictured in childrens drawings. Then, as the bloom matures, it opens up more fully, revealing additional layer upon layer of smaller petals within. At full maturity, it is spread wide with large outer petals banking a big, frilly center. If you didnt know better, youd think you had a Peony in the garden! This tulip reaches 20 to 24 inches tall, and can spread 12 inches wide with its large, paddle-shaped matte green leaves. But for a stunning impact, plant the bulbs a bit closer together than that -- 6 inches apart is ideal. Youll create a color wash so intense, youll want to wear sunglasses in the garden! Sunlover flowers in late spring in most climates, remaining on its thick, sturdy stems past the bloomtime of most other tulips in the garden. Great for cutting, it also combines nicely with other spring bloomers in the sunny bed or border. Be sure to make it part of your spring garden by planting this season. Color this rich and changeable is hard to find! Zones 3-7. read more

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The flowers are a rare beauty both for their pale, old pink color and their wild, thread-like fringes! This delightful new breed f...rom B.V. Vertuco boasts a very upright and neat habit. The strong stems and utterly unique blooms make Santander a standout in gardensand cutflower arrangements. Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 4 to 7. read more

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Lovely flower form and color are nothing new for the Tulip family, but Totorri is a real standout because of the deep blue tint at... the base of the blooms, the subtle mottled color of the leaves, and the rich garnet tones of the stems. Totorri is beautiful from head to toe, making it a gorgeous specimen to feature in containers, raised beds, or accent plantings in prominent, sunny spots. Named for the famous Japanese flower park, this lovely, compact variety will thrive in any well-drained garden spot or container. Site it in a sunny spot with a neutral pH (6-6.5) and excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Cold is no problem, and Totorri is rarely troubled by pests and diseases. Plant Totorri in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, and as needed throughout the first season, but do not overwater, because Tulips favor dry conditions. Once established, they become drought tolerant. Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 7. read more

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An ivory beyond compare, Inzell boasts immaculate white blooms that are incredibly full and plush. One of the famous Victory Hybri...d Tulips, this vigorous variety is a blessing in the garden or the vase! Inzell is one of the first Victory hybrid tulips. This crossing combines the earlier bloom time of Single Early Tulips and the increased health, stem strength, and bloom size of Darwin Hybrid Tulips, resulting in an exceptional combination of health, vigor, and early season color! Victory hybrids are mid-sized tulips that also boast a key feature setting them apart from either parent: the very angular shapes of their blooms. This unique new combination is so lovely that we are sure it will become another staple for tulip fans! Like other tulips, Inzell thrives in sunny spots, and is not picky about soil type so long as the drainage is good. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. In warmer zones (7 and 8), Tulips like more shade, with just some morning sun. Plant Inzell in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards don?t worry about watering; tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 20 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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(Heirloom, 1949). Unique, romantic color combination: brilliant purple flames on a ground of orange brightening to almost yellow a...t the edge. Princess Irene is a sport of the popular Color Carnival and is very weather- and wind-resistant. 12 to 15 inches. Early season. Zones 3 to 8. Pack of 10 bulbs. read more

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A favorite with customers for more than a decade, Angelique is a Tulip lovers dream bloom, with double flowers of strawberries-and...-cream on sturdy 24-inch stems. Perfect for cutting and also long-lasting in the garden, this is one Tulip you just cant live without! The flowers arise in midseason, slowly opening their multiple layers of full, rounded petals. The flower shape may remind you of Peonies, and Angelique is just about as long-lasting! Hardy in zones 3-8. read more

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Marshmallow puffs and Jordan almonds, the soft pastels of little girls Easter dresses, dyed eggs, and spring bonnets for church. T...hose are a few of the images evoked by this beautiful mix of lavender-pink and creamy-white tulips. Marshmellow Fields is the ideal spring planting, combining soft color with ease of care and great vigor. Nothing is easier to pop into the soil this fall and surprise you next spring! These tall, sturdy tulips reach about 2 feet high, and should be spaced 8 to 10 inches apart for dense coverage. They love sun, and appreciate a good deep planting, especially at the warmer end of their hardiness range. Cold stimulates the blooms! Plant Marshmellow Fields in the border, bed, along the driveway, in a meadow, and on street islands. Youll be delighted with its play of soft spring color! Zones 3-7. read more

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Invoking all the fiery passion of a torrid fling, Affaire boasts ravishing picotee blooms over a fast and furious bloom show. This... Victory Tulip (a cross between Single Early and Darwin Hybrid) is middle-of-the-pack in size and bloom time, and the head of the pack for beauty and vigor! The finely cut ivory blooms are edged in vibrant violet for a breathtaking effect! Affaire is one of the new Victory hybrid tulips. This crossing combines the earlier bloom time of Single Early Tulips and the increased health, stem strength, and bloom size of Darwin Hybrid Tulips, resulting in an exceptional combination of health, vigor, and early season color! Victory hybrids are mid-sized tulips that also boast a key feature setting them apart from either parent: the very angular shapes of their blooms. This unique new combination is so lovely that we are sure it will become another staple for tulip fans! Like other tulips, Affaire thrives in sunny spots, and is not picky about soil type so long as the drainage is good. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. In warmer zones (7 and 8), Tulips like more shade, with just some morning sun. Plant Affaire about 8 inches deep, but dig the hole a little deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards don?t worry about watering; tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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This Early Tulip blooms earlier and longer than all other Darwin Hybrid Tulips, filling the garden with graceful dark rose-colored... flowers on strong stems perfect for cutting. Reaching 22 to 24 inches high and 4 to 6 inches wide, it fill the mid- to late spring garden with irresistible color! Deservedly the most popular Tulips in America, Darwin hybrids combine huge flower size with perfect form, tall stems, and reliable, vigorous performance year after year. The flowers first appear as tightly wrapped pyramids of bold color, then unfurl to spectacular size, some reaching 6 inches wide. Bright and eye-catching, they are equally lovely for garden and indoor display. Zones 3-8. read more

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Tulips are a fantastic addition to the garden and landscape: they are low-maintenance, rarely need watered, and they bloom very ea...rly in the season with gorgeous, vase-shaped blooms on strong stems. They would be the perfect flower if not for their one weakness: a limited bloom time. Well, this carefully crafted mix solves this problem by staggering early-, mid-, and late-season tulips together so that the color show can last all spring, adding gorgeous blooms for months! As one bloom fades, another rises to take its place! The color mix includes bright whites, pinks, and yellows punctuated with more dramatic violets, reds, and bicolors! The color composition is sure to dazzle garden guests and passers by, and all these blooms are borne on plants selected for their strong stems and great performance! Site these bulbs in a sunny spot with a neutral pH (6-6.5) and excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. Plant tulip bulbs in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards don?t worry about watering; tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 20 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Unlike other oranges, which tend to fade, Lightning Sun opens an apricot pink and matures to a bright, clear orange that lasts all... season long! It absolutely sizzles in the sunny border, is a great source of fiery color for well-drained garden beds, and makes a stunning accent planting around flagpoles, mailboxes, or other heavily-trafficked landscape features. Deservedly the most popular Tulips in America, Darwin hybrids combine huge flower size with perfect form, tall stems, and reliable, vigorous performance year after year. Spectacularly colorful and generously sized, Darwin Hybrids are standouts in the midseason garden. The flowers first appear as tightly wrapped pyramids of bold color, then unfurl to spectacular size, some reaching 6 inches wide! Lightning Sun lives up to this pedigree, being one of the largest and most weather-resistant Darwin Hybrids yet! Like other Darwin Hybrids, Lightning Sun thrives in sunny spots, and is not picky about soil type so long as the drainage is good. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. In warmer zones (6 or 7), provide Lightning Sun more shade, with just some morning sun. Plant tulip bulbs in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards dont worry about watering; tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 7. read more

Esschert Design
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Esschert Design Dibber/Bulb Planter This dibber is the perfect tool to make easy work of planting seeds or bulbs. T-handle for eas...e of use and consistent hole depth. Wooden handle. Leather loop for storage. Dimensions: 11.5in length x 3.5in width x 1.5in heightWeight: 0.4lb 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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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

Burpee
$10.95
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Designed to easily create holes for planting. The Dibbler/Bulb Planter is useful for creating holes and furrows for planting. Soli...ds stainless steel construction with ash wood handles and leather hang strap is balanced to reduce the effort and stress of planting. The Dibbler/Bulb Planter is part of a line of high-quality, long-lasting tools. read more

GE
$89.99 $109.99
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About Hydrofarm, Inc. Celebrated as the nation's oldest and largest manufacturer of hydroponic equipment and grow lights, Hydrofar...m has made professional-grade equipment available to all since 1977. All grow lights and electric components are UL listed, unlike many competitor products, meaning you get years of reliable and safe use out your high-intensity lights. All products are covered by a one year warranty, at the least. In some cases Hydrofarm ensures the performance of their products for five years. read more

GE
Victorio
$17.42 $20.86
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This new and improved design is simple to use and very durable. The unique growing tray design uses water surface tension to keep ...the correct amount of water in the tray for all stages of the growing process. Features: Each tray is 6'' by 1-3/4'' Warranty: 2 years Sprouter can be expanded to 8 total growing trays. (extra growing trays sold separately) Top rack dishwasher safe if removed before the dry cycle Trays are made from strong, crack resistant, BPA free plastic Made in USA Includes: Organic alfalfa sprouting seeds, 4 growing trays, 1 water collection tray, 1 storage lid, Instruction manual Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 8.25 Inches Overall Product Weight: 1.1 Pounds read more

DeWitt
$18.89
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Features: Seed and plant guard Creates an excellent microenvironment for seed germination and seeding growth Used as a low cost in...sulation against the elements read more

RTS Companies
$21.92 $32.63
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Create a beautiful potted garden in any décor with terra cotta Flower Pots. They are durable and will not crack, chip or fade like... traditional clay pots. They are light weight and easy to move and will withstand freezing, thawing and heating - outlasting the typical flower pot. Features: Look and feel of clay Light weight and portable Resistant to freezing, thawing and heating Extremely durable Made in the USA Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 16 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 16 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 16 Inches Special Offer: 12 Issues of All You Magazine Included with your purchase - a $20 value (Subscription and Rebate Info) read more

Nearly Natural
$54.50 $89.00
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Stately and proud, this incredible tulip arrangement will be a focal point of your décor for years to come. A bevy of tulip stalks... rest in a clear vase (complete with liquid illusion faux water), providing the perfect base for the delicate blooms above. Verdant leaves complete the picture, giving this tulip arrangement a distinct look that will stand the test of time. Perfect for home, office, or even makes a great gift. Features: An expertly designed treasure Will be beautiful for years to come Best of all, no watering needed Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 20 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 12 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 12 Inches Overall Product Weight: 2 Pounds read more

Craft-Tex
$69.99 $95.99
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This precious garden statue is sure to lighten up the feel of your garden or lawn. The Bunny with Tulip Pot Statue is crafted from... a mix of molded resin and crushed marble, a durable material that is guaranteed to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. Youll be delighted with the fine details, from the bunnys fur and lop ears, to the tulips in the pot. Choose from four different finishes: Lead, Moss, Tea Stain, or Wrought Iron. Shown here in Moss. Liven up your outdoor setting with this adorable garden statue. About Craft-Tex/Ladybug Craft-Tex and Ladybug are special product line divisions ofConcept Plastics, Inc. Concept Plastics is Americas premier maker of fine furniture and decorative resin castings. Established in 1970 in High Point, N.C., Concept Plastics uses extremely accurate molding techniques, exceptional craftsmanship in casting, and artisan skills in hand finishing. The Craft-Tex and Ladybug lines offer a wide variety of products for the home, office, and garden, including birdbaths, fountains, statues, planters, bookends, and decorative wall decor. read more

Good Directions

Originating hundreds of years ago in Japan, Rain Chains act as linked funnels and are a decorative alternative to a cheerless gutt...er downspout. Rainwater playfully dances and flows down these handcrafted copper channels as it is guided from the rooftop to the ground. A natural patina will develop on the polished copper styles over time, adding to the character and charm of these delightful chains. Handcrafted copper channels A natural patina will develop on the polished copper styles over time polished copper finish 6 ft. rain chain includes a gutter clip for easy installation You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 72.0 in Assembled Height (in.) 4.0 in Assembled Width (in.) 4.0 in Manufacturer 1 yr Material Metal Product Depth (in.) 4.0 Product Height (in.) 72.0 Product Width (in.) 4.0 Returnable 90-Day CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM PURCHASED... $79.99Double Link Polished Copper Rain Chain(1) Add to cart$38.48DURA 15 in. x 21 in. x 12 in. Deep Rectangular... Add to cart$7.49Rain Bird 4 in. 17 - 24 Half Pattern Mini Rotor... (2) Add to cartSAVE $30.00$139.00 WAS $169.00RESCUE 60 gal. Terra Cotta Decorative Rain... (65) Add to cart$25.5853 gal. Rain Collector Stand(2) Add to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Standard Shipping includes delivery by small parcel service. Processing time varies by product. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. read more

Wayside Gardens
$22.46 $24.95
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The blooms start with an ivory base and are then streaked and dipped in carmine, each a bit different from the last, for a season ...of non-stop interest! Plant large stands of this tulip in the garden or front yard for a radiant spring display! This breed of tulips is a Victory Hybrid, a cross between Single Early Tulips and Darwin Hybrid Tulips. The result is an early-blooming, healthy, and vigorous plant with strong stems and ample blooms! Victory hybrids are mid-sized tulips that also boast a key feature setting them apart from either parent: the very angular shapes of their blooms. This unique new combination is so lovely that we are sure it will become another staple for tulip fans! Site these bulbs in a sunny spot with a neutral pH (6-6.5) and excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Most Tulips are natives of Southern Russia which have subsequently been bred for generations by the Dutch bulb market, and this means that Tulips are adapted to serious winters: these cold-hardy bulbs actually thrive best when they get plenty of chill hours. Plant tulip bulbs in the fall, about 8 inches deep. Dig the hole even deeper so that you can add some grit like kitty litter or crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards dont worry about watering: tulips thrive happily in dry conditions! Pack of 20 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. 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

Maxpower
$17.35
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BFO1180 Features: Replacement primer bulb Replaces Briggs and Stratton #4961156 and #694395 Made in the USA Includes: Includes ...retainer Specifications: Compatible with Briggs and Stratton 5.0 to 6.0 HP engines Dimensions: 0.75'' H x 3.5'' W x 5'' D, 0.2 lb read more

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