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We’re constantly searching for great old bulbs to add to our catalog. (Email us your suggestions!) Here’s what we’re offering for the first time – or after a hiatus – in 2021.


Salmon Sheen
Salmon Sheen, 1950
pallida Dalmatica
pallida Dalmatica, 1597
Swerti
Swerti, 1612
Coronation
Coronation, 1927
Annette
Annette, 1945
Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933

New (or Back) for SPRING Planting

DAYLILY

Annette daylily, 1945 – spunky little redhead
Baggette daylily, 1945 – cool lemon and old rose
Luxury Lace daylily, 1959 – melon-colored Stout Medal winner
Salmon Sheen daylily, 1950 – Stout Medal winner

IRIS

Coronation iris, 1927 – the perfect yellow iris?
Eleanor Roosevelt iris, 1933 – short, early, and reblooming
Frank Adams iris, 1937 – parchment, bronze, and oxblood
Loreley iris, 1909 – perfectly imperfect charmer
Mrs. Horace Darwin iris, 1888 – elegant white
Quaker Lady iris, 1909 – smoky lavender and fawn
Swerti iris, 1612 – from the gardens of Emperor Rudolf II
Wabash iris, 1936 – vibrant Dykes Medal-winning iris
pallida Dalmatica iris, 1597 – grape-scented, the quintessential iris

New (or Back) for FALL Planting

DAFFODIL

Anne Frank daffodil, 1959 – with a vibrant heart, like Anne herself
Butter and Eggs daffodil, 1777 – the classic cottage-garden double
Cassandra daffodil, 1897 – rare Victorian pheasant’s-eye
Early Pearl daffodil, 1899 – early, fragrant, and luminous
Firebrand daffodil, 1897 – long creamy petals, fiery heart
Horace daffodil, 1894 – poet of carpe diem
Inglescombe daffodil, 1912 – a double helping of sunlight
Keats daffodil, 1968 – the weirdest daffodil we’ve ever grown
Little Witch daffodil, 1921 – cute, very cute
Ornatus daffodil, 1870 – earlier blooming pheasant's eye
Twin Sisters daffodil, 1597 – aka Loving Couples, Cemetery Ladies
Will Scarlett daffodil, 1898 – dazzling groundbreaker

PEONY

Duchesse de Nemours peony, 1856 – “creamy chalices” to perfect white clouds
Edulis Superba peony, 1824 – one of the oldest and most fragrant
Elsa Sass peony, 1930 – Gold Medal winner and wedding favorite
Lady Alexandra Duff peony, 1902 – like an apple orchard in bloom
Minuet peony, 1931 – ‘Mrs. Roosevelt’s beautiful sister
Philomele peony, 1861 – fragrant and fascinating
Rubra Plena peony, 1568 – classic Memorial Day “piney”
fern-leaf peony, 1765 – thread-like foliage, extra early

TULIP

Cerise Gris-de-Lin tulip, 1860 – rose, fawn and chocolate
Chrysolora tulip, 1872 – the finest Victorian yellow
Cottage Boy tulip, 1906 – spirited and painterly
Cottage Maid tulip, 1857 – rose and white sweetheart
Duc de Berlin tulip, 1854 – fragrant and bold
Duc van Tol Rose tulip, 1700 – tiny pink and white ballerina
Duc van Tol Scarlet tulip, 1850 – perfect miniature
Duc van Tol Violet tulip, 1700 – ancient pixie
Duchesse de Parma tulip, 1820 – much more than red and yellow
Golden Harvest tulip, 1928 – fresh, dewy yellow
La Harpe tulip, 1863 – named for an early explorer of Texas?
Le Mogol tulip, 1913 – rose blushed with bronze
Lord Stanley tulip, 1860 – almost as exciting as the Cup itself!
Pottebakker White tulip, 1840 – pure, bold, & popular
Rosamunde Huykman tulip, 1895 – like a pink and white sunrise
Van der Neer tulip, 1860 – rosy-purple, Civil-War-era favorite
White Hawk, Albion tulip, 1880 – luminous and robust