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$10.00–$21.25CHIONODOXA, Forbesii Circa 1880. Blue flowers with a large white center. 4-12 flowers/bulb. HZ: 3-8 5-6” April ...
$4.25–$15.00CROCUS, Biflorus Miss Vain Crocus biflorus ssp. weldenii Miss Vain is deer resistant and an outstanding pollinator plant. The blooms are the purest, crystalline white. . The plants can reach a height of 5 inches. The corms should be ...
$5.00–$10.00CROCUS, Etruscus Zwanenburg Crocus etruscus Zwanenburg, AKA the Tuscan Crocus, is deer resistant and an outstanding pollinator plant. The petals are pale violet with lilac-blue and deep violet-blue striations. Each blossom has a pale yellow throat. The plants can reach ...
$10.00–$21.25CROCUS, Flavus Yellow Mammoth Crocus are members of the Iris family and are native to the Mediterranean and parts of Asia. They are among the oldest of the cultivated bulbs. The original crocus was a fall blooming type, Crocus sativus, grown ...
$7.50CROCUS, Giant Pink Autumn This stunning plant produces gigantic brilliant pink blooms on 6” – 8” stems. The plant was discovered in the wild in 1828. It is very hardy. HZ: 4-10 6” – 8” ...
$7.50CROCUS, Gigantic White Autumn This plant is smaller than giganteum, but still produces a huge presence in the fall garden with its glistening white blossoms. HZ: 5-10 3” – 4” Fall ...
$10.00–$21.25CROCUS, Crocus olivieri ssp. Balansae Orange Monarch is deer resistant and an outstanding pollinator plant. The blooms are monarch butterfly orangish-yellow with dramatic garnet-merlot striations on the outside of the petals. The plants can reach a height of 5 inches. ...
$7.50CROCUS, Purple Autumn This plant is smaller than giganteum, but still produces a huge presence in the fall garden with its glistening purple blossoms. HZ: 5-10 3” – 4” Fall ...
$7.50CROCUS, SaffronFirst described in the mid-1600s, this is the crocus from which saffron, the world’s most expensive herb, is harvested. Pinkish-lavender blooms are larger than the wild saffron crocus. HZ: 4-10 4” – 6” ...
$5.00–$10.00CROCUS, Sieberi Tricolor Crocus sieberi ssp. sublimus Tricolor is deer resistant and an outstanding pollinator plant. The blooms are incredibly unusual. The blossom is a tapering periant tube produced by tightly closed petals. Each petal has a broad area ...
$10.00–$21.25CROCUS, Tommasinianus Roseus Crocus are members of the Iris family and are native to the Mediterranean and parts of Asia. They are among the oldest of the cultivated bulbs. The original crocus was a fall blooming type, Crocus sativus, grown for ...
$4.25–$15.00CROCUS, Vernus Grand Maitre Crocus vernus Grand Maitre is deer resistant and an outstanding pollinator plant. The blooms are a rich deep lavender with each petal exhibiting a silvery sheen. The plants can reach a height of 5 inches. The ...
$7.50CROCUS, Waterlily Introduced in 1858, this splendid plant is the most luxurious of the fall blooming flowers. Each bulb produces multiple stems (2-4) of lush blossoms which are reminiscent of pink waterlilies. They are simply breathtaking and bring new life ...
$4.75–$19.00EMPEROR TULIP, Red Emperor Red Emperor, AKA Madame LeFeber, is one of the most iconic tulips of all time. The statuesque plants produce stunningly red, huge blossoms. As few as three bulbs will produce an unforgettable presence in the garden, but ...
$20.00–$43.75FRINGED TULIP, Fancy Frills Fancy Frills is a fringed tulip with rose-pink petals that are tipped with a silvery pink fringe. The blossom base is creamy white and each petal is decorated with ivory-white flames. The plants are tall and statuesque ...
$6.25–$33.00FRINGED TULIP, Queensland Queensland is an outstanding fully double or peony-flowering tulip. Each petal is deep rose and edged with a delicate crystalline white fringe. The petal fringing is considered by many to be finer and more intricate than any other ...
$15.00–$31.25GALANTHUS, Elwesii Circa 1874. Very Fragrant. This old variety has large blossoms with reflexing white petals and a small yellow cup rimmed in red with a green eye. HZ: 3-7 14” Late-season ...
$15.00–$31.25G. Flore Pleno Circa 1731. Fragrant. “The Double Snowdrop” has milky, drooping flowers tipped with green. An excellent naturalizer. HZ: 3-8 6-8” March/April ...
$10.00–$21.25HYACINTHOIDES, Non-Scripta Circa 1580. Fragrant. The English Bluebell. Dark violet. HZ: 5-7 18” May ...
$15.00–$31.25LEUCOJUM, AESTIVUM Leucojum aestivum is a native English flower which dates to 1594. It is much prized in England and Europe because it is deer and rodent resistant and moisture tolerant. It also is known to flourish in dappled sunlight, and ...
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