It’s Not Too Late! Save on these Fall-Planted Beauties

It’s hard to predict exactly how many bulbs we’ll need six months to a year in advance, and when our growers offer us more of their rare treasures, we hate to say no. That’s good news for you because the following bulbs are now on sale! They’re going fast, though, so don’t delay!

Sampler

Crocus Tapestry – early spring treats Save 15%
Doubles Delight – bursting with extra petals Save 10%
Luscious Lilies – 5 easy classics Save 10%
Peony Paradise – a lifetime of easy, luxurious beauty Save 15%
Southern Belles – easy Southern classics Save 10%

Crocus

Cloth of Gold crocus, 1587 – bees flock to this “Turkey crocus” Save 10%
Jeanne d’Arc crocus, 1943 – multiple award winner Save 10%
King of the Striped crocus, 1880 – charmingly imperfect Victorian Save 10%
Mammoth Yellow crocus, 1665 – molten sun Save 10%
Roseus crocus, 1924 – the world’s PINKEST crocus Save 10%
Vanguard crocus, 1934 – platinum and amethyst Save 10%
tommies crocus, 1847 – lavender self-sower Save 10%

Daffodil

Bantam daffodil, 1950 – bright little AGM-winner Save 20%
Bath’s Flame daffodil, 1913 – one of Ron Scamp’s three favorites Save 10%
Broughshane daffodil, 1938 – amber-white Irish trumpet Save 10%
Croesus daffodil, 1912 – gold and silver coins Save 10%
Daphne daffodil, 1914 – ADS 2008 Best Historic Daffodil Save 10%
Firetail daffodil, 1910 – is its cup truly RED? Save 10%
Glory of Lisse daffodil, 1901 – one of the finest poets Save 10%
Horn of Plenty daffodil, 1947 – long, dramatic bells Save 10%
Louise de Coligny daffodil, 1940 – sweet-scented apricot beauty Save 10%
Minor Monarque daffodil, 1809 – N. x italicus, long-petalled and star-like Save 10%
Mrs. Backhouse daffodil, 1921 – the first “pink” Save 20%
Niveth daffodil, 1931 – Thalia’s elegant, uptown cousin Save 10%
Queen of the North daffodil, 1908 – lemon sorbet Save 10%
Rip van Winkle daffodil, 1884 – spiked cutie Save 15%
Romance daffodil, 1959 – our most richly colored “pink” Save 10%
Stella daffodil, 1869 – starry, primrose petals, crinkled gold cup Save 10%
Stilton daffodil, 1909 – from the Golden Age of pheasant’s-eyes Save 10%
Sun Disc daffodil, 1946 – circular shape and highest honors Save 20%
Trevithian daffodil, 1927 – “breath-taking” Save 10%
Xit daffodil, 1948 – Game of Thones, anyone? Save 20%

Diverse Fall

Elwes or giant snowdrop, 1875 – blooms very early, animal-proof Save 10%
English bluebell, 1200 – direct from England Save 10%
Gravetye Giant snowflake, 1596 – clusters of white bells Save 10%
S. Arnott snowdrop, 1922 – the best snowdrop of all? Save 10%
blue Grecian windflower, 1854 – cheap, easy, and “one of the loveliest flowers” Save 10%
jack-in-the-pulpit, 1664 – shade-loving favorite Save 10%
white Spanish bluebell, 1601 – easy and luminous Save 10%

Hyacinth

City of Haarlem hyacinth, 1893 – soft baby-chick yellow Save 10%
Mulberry Rose hyacinth, 1946 – raspberry ice cream Save 10%
Roman Pink hyacinth, 1573 – wildflowery, pink, and wonderful Save 20%
Roman White hyacinth, 1597 – the rarest Roman of all Save 20%
White Pearl hyacinth, 1954 – top 10 perennializer Save 15%

Lily

Black Beauty lily, 1957 – “indestructible” Hall of Famer Save 10%
Pink Perfection lily, 1950 – burgundy-pink, luxuriously fragrant Save 10%
White Henryi lily, 1945 – Hall of Fame masterpiece Save 15%
superbum lily, 1665 – American turk’s cap Save 10%

Peony

Dr. F.G. Brethour peony, 1938 – pure white with champagne glow Save 10%
Grace Batson peony, 1927 – huge, luxurious pink Save 10%
Mons. Martin Cahuzac peony, 1899 – darkest peony ever? Save 15%
Nick Shaylor peony, 1931 – “the near perfect peony” Save 10%
Philippe Rivoire peony, 1911 – rose-scented legend Save 10%

Tulip

Bleu Aimable tulip, 1916 – soft, silvery lilac Save 10%
Cerise Gris-de-Lin tulip, 1860 – rose, fawn and chocolate Save 10%
Cottage Boy tulip, 1906 – spirited and painterly Save 15%
Elegans Rubra tulip, 1872 – stark simplicity Save 10%
Generaal de Wet tulip, 1904 – deliciously fragrant Save 10%
Kingsblood tulip, 1952 – vibrant red and late-blooming Save 10%
Mariette tulip, 1942 – graceful pink award-winner Save 15%
Old Times tulip, 1905 – “garnet and primrose” Save 10%
Prince Albert tulip, 1863 – lavender, pearl, and exceedingly rare Save 10%
Rococo tulip, 1942 – “one of the craziest” parrots Save 10%
White Triumphator tulip, 1942 – elegant favorite of Ryan Gainey Save 15%
acuminata tulip, 1816 – “spidery and mad” Save 10%
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