Spring Savings on Summer Beauties

Why wait any longer? Save up to 20% NOW on these extraordinary, spring-planted bulbs!

Sampler

Classic Daylilies – graceful, enduring beauties Save 15%
Dreamy Dahlias – as easy as tomatoes Save 10%
Endless Bouquets – 3 favorite dahlias for bouquets Save 10%

Dahlia

Arthur Hambley dahlia, 1955 – lavender-pink elephant Save 10%
Fashion Monger dahlia, 1955 – stylish raspberry & cream Save 15%
Glorie van Heemstede dahlia, 1947 – Zen-like simplicity Save 20%
Gypsy Girl dahlia, 1947 – lavender-pink with a confetti of rubies Save 15%
Little Robert dahlia, 1964 – pompon-sized and neon-bright Save 20%
Musette dahlia, 1954 – dwarf, free-flowering, and lively Save 10%
Nonette dahlia, 1958 – freckled finch’s egg Save 10%
Preference dahlia, 1955 – peachy-pink with dark stems Save 15%

Daylily

Kwanso double daylily, 1860 – opulent Victorian favorite Save 15%

Diverse Spring

Ellen Bosanquet crinum, 1930 – “one of the South’s greatest treasures” Save 15%
George Davison crocosmia, 1902 – little golden stars Save 10%
Guinea Gold, 1940 – golden martagon from zone-2 Manitoba Save 15%
Henry’s lily, 1889 – graceful orange Save 10%
Mexican Single tuberose, 1530 – swooningly fragrant Save 10%
coral lily, 1812 – pixie flames Save 15%
pink rain lily, 1825 – try it in pots Save 10%
powellii Album crinum, 1930 – snowy and superlative Save 15%

Gladiolus

Abyssinian glad gladiolus, 1888 – fragrant! Save 10%
Peter Pears gladiolus, 1958 – soft orange with a strawberry splash Save 10%
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