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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!

Klankstad Kerkrade
Klankstad Kerkrade, 1954
Emory Paul
Emory Paul, 1962
Nita
Nita, 1959
Glorious Glads
Glorious Glads
Musette
Musette, 1954
Gold Dust
Gold Dust, 1905
Miss Rose Fletcher
Miss Rose Fletcher, 1948
Wine and Roses
Wine and Roses, 1976
Clair de Lune
Clair de Lune, 1946
Neyron Rose
Neyron Rose, 1950
Fascination
Fascination, 1964
Plum Tart
Plum Tart, 1976
Golden Torch
Golden Torch, 1971

What’s Left for SPRING Planting

DAHLIA

Arabian Night dahlia, 1951 – deep velvety crimson beauty
Arthur Hambley dahlia, 1955 – lavender-pink elephant
Bishop of Llandaff dahlia, 1927 – dark ferny foliage
Café au Lait dahlia, 1967 – It’s not just for brides!
Clair de Lune dahlia, 1946 – elegant and wildflowery
David Howard dahlia, 1960 – dark leaves and non-stop bloom
Dreamy Dahlias sampler – as easy as tomatoes
Emory Paul dahlia, 1962 – Gigantic rosy purple blossoms
Endless Bouquets sampler – 3 favorite dahlias for bouquets
Fascination dahlia, 1964 – brilliant rose with dark foliage
Fashion Monger dahlia, 1955 – stylish raspberry & cream
G.F. Hemerik dahlia, 1936 – bee-friendly dwarf
Glorie van Heemstede dahlia, 1947 – Zen-like simplicity
Golden Scepter dahlia, 1926 – soft yellow, butterscotch, and gold
Golden Torch dahlia, 1971 – sunny, long-blooming and prolific
Jocondo dahlia, 1962 – radiant fuchsia/reddish purple dinner-plate
Juanita dahlia, 1949 – big, jewel-toned flowers
Kelvin Floodlight dahlia, 1959 – it’s more than just big
Klankstad Kerkrade dahlia, 1954 – spiky poofs of primrose
Lavender Chiffon dahlia, 1957 – cool, man, cool!
Little Beeswing dahlia, 1909 – flame and yellow honeycomb
Little Robert dahlia, 1964 – pompon-sized and neon-bright
Miss Rose Fletcher dahlia, 1948 – pastel cactus
Mrs. H. Brown dahlia, 1947 – love-child of the ‘Bishop’ & ‘Clair’
Mrs. I. De ver Warner dahlia, 1920 – saved by Kentucky farm family
Musette dahlia, 1954 – dwarf, free-flowering, and lively
My Love dahlia, 1964 – evening garden delight
Natal dahlia, 1959 – dark red Christmas ornament
Nepos dahlia, 1958 – baby-fresh masterpiece
Nita dahlia, 1959 – freckled twin of the great ‘Juanita’
Otto’s Thrill dahlia, 1958 – Classic and elegant rose-pink
Preference dahlia, 1955 – peachy-pink with dark stems
Requiem dahlia, 1952 – anything but somber
Rocco dahlia, 1962 – extra dark, extra small flowers
Safe Shot dahlia, 1963 – bright orange ball-shaped
Small World dahlia, 1976 – Adorable, petite white pompons
Sterling Silver dahlia, 1960 – like a bright, silvery moon
Stolz von Berlin dahlia, 1884 – pink perfection
Tartan dahlia, 1951 – So many combinations of burgundy and white!
Thomas Edison dahlia, 1929 – luxurious true purple
Tsuki Yori no Shisha dahlia, 1953 – frizzy fireworks
Union Jack dahlia, 1882 – candy-striped Victorian
Vulcan dahlia, 1978 – spiky, fiery, not-to-be missed
White Aster dahlia, 1879 – world’s oldest garden dahlia
Winsome dahlia, 1940 – shocking beauty
Wisconsin Red dahlia, 1910? – pass-along ruby-red
York and Lancaster dahlia, 1915? – mysterious history

DAYLILY

August Pioneer daylily, 1939 – 8 weeks of bloom
Autumn Minaret daylily, 1951 – up to 7 feet tall!
Baggette daylily, 1945 – cool lemon and old rose
Black Falcon daylily, 1941 – deep and dark
Caballero daylily, 1941 – Zorro’s favorite
Circe daylily, 1937 – cool lemon yellow classic by Stout
Classic Daylilies sampler – graceful, enduring beauties
Gold Dust daylily, 1905 – from the dawn of daylily breeding
Kwanso double daylily, 1860 – opulent Victorian favorite
Libby Finch daylily, 1949 – black cherry, white star
Luteola daylily, 1900 – my front yard daylily
Melonee daylily, 1959 – luscious summer dessert
Mikado daylily, 1929 – graceful mango and mahogany
Neyron Rose daylily, 1950 – raspberry-rose with ivory highlighting
Ophir daylily, 1924 – trumpet-shaped, American-bred pioneer
Painted Lady daylily, 1942 – cinnamon-orange
Port daylily, 1941 – small-flowered & glowing
Potentate daylily, 1943 – with plantlets on its bloom-stalks
Rosalind daylily, 1941 – the first red, wild from China
Royal Beauty daylily, 1947 – even its foliage is beautiful
Theron daylily, 1934 – dark landmark

DIVERSE SPRING

Ehemanii canna, 1863 – arching sprays of dangling flowers
George Davison crocosmia, 1902 – little golden stars
gold band lily, 1862 – luxuriously fragrant
Guinea Gold, 1940 – golden martagon from zone-2 Manitoba
Henry’s lily, 1889 – graceful orange
Intro to Heirlooms, Spring sampler – for a frugal, awesome summer adventure!
Intro to Heirlooms, Spring sampler – for a frugal, awesome summer adventure!
Mexican Single tuberose, 1530 – swooningly fragrant
Pearl double tuberose, 1870 – like tiny gardenias
Pink Perfection, 1950 – burgundy-pink, luxuriously fragrant
pink rain lily, 1825 – try it in pots
Uchida, 1960 – selected from the wild by Hirotaka Uchida
white rain lily, 1822 – like crocus in August
tiger lily, 1804 – Grandma’s favorite

GLADIOLUS

Abyssinian gladiolus, 1888 – fragrant!
Elvira gladiolus, 1956 – petite and informal
Glorious Glads sampler – easy, long-lasting bouquets
Nova Lux gladiolus, 1965 – bright, soft, just right yellow
Plum Tart gladiolus, 1976 – almost as winter-hardy as ‘Atom’
Priscilla gladiolus, 1977 – an heirloom of the future
Starface gladiolus, 1960 – rapturously beautiful
Trader Horn gladiolus, 1972 – bold and iconic
Wine and Roses gladiolus, 1976 – like Miltonia orchids

IRIS

Caprice iris, 1898 – “I smell ripe grapes!”
Colonel Candelot iris, 1907 – the “reddest” of its era
Coronation iris, 1927 – the perfect yellow iris?
Crimson King iris, 1893 – Victorian rebloomer in rich claret
Dauntless iris, 1929 – luxurious Dykes Medal winner
Flavescens iris, 1813 – pale, shimmering yellow
Frank Adams iris, 1937 – parchment, bronze, and oxblood
Germanica iris, 1500 – from Rome to Van Gogh
Honorabile iris, 1840 – perky favorite of the pioneers
Immortal Iris sampler – 3 icons for your early summer garden
Loreley iris, 1909 – perfectly imperfect charmer
Mrs. Horace Darwin iris, 1888 – elegant white
pallida Dalmatica iris, 1597 – grape-scented, the quintessential iris
Quaker Lady iris, 1909 – smoky lavender and fawn
Small is Beautiful sampler – 3 charming iris for the front of the border
Swerti iris, 1612 – from the gardens of Emperor Rudolf II