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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!

Ovatie
Ovatie, 1969
Duet
Duet, 1955
Nova Lux
Nova Lux, 1965

Dahlia

Café au Lait dahlia, 1967 – It’s not just for brides! – Save 25%
Duet dahlia, 1955 – A duet of colors – Save 25%
Lutt Wichen dahlia, 1941 – gardenia-flowered “ground-cover” dahlia – Save 25%
Nita dahlia, 1959 – freckled twin of the great ‘Juanita’ – Save 25%
Requiem dahlia, 1952 – anything but somber – Save 25%
Rocco dahlia, 1962 – extra dark, extra small flowers – Save 25%

Daylily

Black Falcon daylily, 1941 – deep and dark – Save 25%
Royal Beauty daylily, 1947 – even its foliage is beautiful – Save 25%

Diverse Spring

Guinea Gold, 1940 – golden martagon from zone-2 Manitoba – Save 25%
Mexican Single tuberose, 1530 – swooningly fragrant – Save 25%
Uchida, 1960 – selected from the wild by Hirotaka Uchida – Save 25%
gold band lily, 1862 – luxuriously fragrant – Save 25%
pink rain lily, 1825 – try it in pots – Save 25%

Gladiolus

Abyssinian gladiolus, 1888 – fragrant! – Save 25%
Atom gladiolus, 1946 – pint-sized red and silver – Save 25%
Nova Lux gladiolus, 1965 – bright, soft, just right yellow – Save 25%
Ovatie gladiolus, 1969 – simple and smooth – Save 25%
Peter Pears gladiolus, 1958 – soft orange with a strawberry splash – Save 25%
Wine and Roses gladiolus, 1976 – like Miltonia orchids – Save 25%