What’s Left for Fall

From America’s Expert Source for Heirloom Flower Bulbs
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Our fall shipping season is ending soon, and these are the few bulbs we have left. Grab these gorgeous heirlooms for planting NOW before they’re gone for another whole year!

What’s Left for FALL Planting


Albus Plenus Odoratus daffodil, 1601 – snowy, fragrant double
Avalanche daffodil, 1906 – rescued from a British cliffside
Croesus daffodil, 1912 – gold and silver coins
Grand Primo daffodil, 1780 – most vigorous and floriferous
Louise de Coligny daffodil, 1940 – sweet-scented apricot beauty
Van Sion daffodil, 1620 – vigorous multiplier, iconic double
White Lady daffodil, 1897 – Victorian lady with a parasol


Atkinsii snowdrop, 1869 – elegant “pear-shaped pearl”
blue Spanish bluebell, 1601 – fool-proof classic
English bluebell, 1200 – direct from England
red spider lily, 1821 – heirloom triploid, extra tough
surprise lily, magic lily, 1889 – aka naked ladies, resurrection lily
white Spanish bluebell, 1601 – easy and luminous


Anna Liza hyacinth, 1972 – pink/lavender/mauve and beautiful!


Corsage lily, 1961 – luminous and pollen-free
Formosa lily, 1918 – best lily for the South
Golden Splendor lily, 1957 – where would Michael Pollan plant it?
Madonna lily, 1600 BC – most historic lily of all
Pink Perfection lily, 1950 – burgundy-pink, luxuriously fragrant
regal lily, 1905 – fragrant and easy
tiger , double lily, 1870 – delightfully odd


Apricot Beauty tulip, 1953 – “delectable anywhere”
Estella Rijnveld tulip, 1954 – raspberry-ripple ice cream
Kingsblood tulip, 1952 – vibrant red and late-blooming
Prince of Austria tulip, 1860 – fragrant and enduring
Princess Elizabeth tulip, 1898 – “rose-pink with topaz lights”
Schoonoord tulip, 1909 – lush and radiant double
White Triumphator tulip, 1942 – elegant favorite of Ryan Gainey