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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!

Ovatie
Ovatie, 1969
Rocco
Rocco, 1962
gold band lily
gold band lily, 1862

What’s Left for SPRING Planting

DAHLIA

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

DAYLILY

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

DIVERSE SPRING

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

GLADIOLUS

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