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It’s Not Too Late! Save on these Spring-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

Classic Daylilies sampler – graceful, enduring beauties – Save 20%
Dreamy Dahlias sampler – as easy as tomatoes – Save 20%
Endless Bouquets sampler – 3 favorite dahlias for bouquets – Save 20%
Glorious Glads sampler – easy, long-lasting bouquets – Save 20%
Martha Stewart sampler – Enjoy the bulbs Scott planted with Martha! – Save 20%

Dahlia

Bishop of Llandaff dahlia, 1927 – dark ferny foliage – Save 25%
David Howard dahlia, 1960 – dark leaves and non-stop bloom – Save 10%
Dixie’s Winedot dahlia, 1942 – from Clio, Michigan, to Stanford University – Save 15%
Fascination dahlia, 1964 – brilliant rose with dark foliage – Save 15%
Fashion Monger dahlia, 1955 – stylish raspberry & cream – Save 10%
Fatima dahlia, 1961 – rose-pink with an inner light – Save 10%
Glorie van Heemstede dahlia, 1947 – Zen-like simplicity – Save 10%
Golden Heart dahlia, 1955 – warm sunburst of beauty – Save 10%
Golden Scepter dahlia, 1926 – soft yellow, butterscotch, and gold – Save 10%
Gypsy Girl dahlia, 1947 – lavender-pink with a confetti of rubies – Save 10%
Kelvin Floodlight dahlia, 1959 – it’s more than just big – Save 15%
Mrs. I. De ver Warner dahlia, 1920 – saved by Kentucky farm family – Save 20%
Musette dahlia, 1954 – dwarf, free-flowering, and lively – Save 10%
New Baby dahlia, 1964 – tangerine deepening to vermillion – Save 10%
Nita dahlia, 1959 – freckled twin of the great ‘Juanita’ – Save 10%
Nonette dahlia, 1958 – freckled finch’s egg – Save 20%
Old Gold dahlia, 1947 – flickering like a bonfire – Save 10%
Preference dahlia, 1955 – peachy-pink with dark stems – Save 10%
Requiem dahlia, 1952 – anything but somber – Save 10%
Thomas Edison dahlia, 1929 – luxurious true purple – Save 15%

Daylily

Evelyn Claar daylily, 1949 – ground-breaking pink – Save 10%
Melonee daylily, 1959 – luscious summer dessert – Save 10%

Diverse Spring

George Davison crocosmia, 1902 – little golden stars – Save 10%
Guinea Gold, 1940 – golden martagon from zone-2 Manitoba – Save 10%
pink rain lily, 1825 – try it in pots – Save 10%

Gladiolus

Peter Pears gladiolus, 1958 – soft orange with a strawberry splash – Save 10%
Trader Horn gladiolus, 1972 – bold and iconic – Save 15%