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  • Daylilies are a perfect for large plantings, banks, or any spot in the garden that needs bursts of color. This mix contains all the popular colors, pink/white, pink/salmon, red/yellow, yellow, green/white. Easy to grow, very little maintenance and resists pests and disease.

  • The most famous lily, the stargazer is fragrant, has beautiful upright bloomsz, easy to grow, and has strong stems that makes it perfect for a cut flower arrangement. Their brilliant pink petals are abundantly freckled with dark pink and feature snowy-white edging.

  • 15-20 blooms cover each stem of this daffodil.  Creates a stunning display in containers and borders

    • Makes a great cut flower
    • Deer Resistant
    • Grow 10-12″ tall
    • Blooms early to mid spring
    • Hardy in Zones 3-8
  • This mix will give you some of the first signs of spring. The yellow, white and purple Crocus will pop up through the snow in early spring.

    • Easy to grow, will grow in lawn
    • Deer Resistant and can be grown in containers
    • Grows 4″ tall
    • Blooms early spring
    • Hardy in Zones 3-9
  • This tulip which is perfect for mass plantings or as a complement to darker color varieties wows the garden in mid spring with vibrant color.  The blooms are snow white accentuated with rich purple flames

    • East to Grow
    • Ideal for containers, borders and cutting gardens
    • Grows 20-22″ tall
    • Blooms mid-spring
    • Hardy in zones 3 to 8
  • The deep fuchsia veining on snowy white petals adds an exotic flair to the already stunning look of Amaryllis ‘Purple Rain.’ With upper petals intricately veined in deeper pink that forms a star at the center of each blossom, the lower petals are etched in a paler pink. Dark fuchsia-pink stamens curling outward enhance the very special appearance of flowers that are truly long-lasting. Easy to plant and grow. Long-lasting, colorful flowers. Flower stems can be cut and placed in water when buds begin to change color. For longest-lasting blooms, keep plant away from heat and direct sunlight.

    Guaranteed to grow.
    Height: 20-24″
    Hardy in Zones 9-10

    Planting tip: If you wish to rebloom the Amaryllis in the fall, stop watering in August and place the bulb, still in the pot, in a cool, dry place for 10-12 weeks. In mid-November, remove the bulb from the old pot; remove dead foliage and old roots, but leave clean, healthy roots intact. Repot in fresh soil as indicated above in a pot only slightly larger than the bulb. If properly cared for, the bulb should bloom in 8-10 weeks.

  • Amaryllis ‘Superstar’ is all the name implies it is! Strap-shaped, long green leaves often grow simultaneously with the strong, sturdy stem. As the petals begin to unfurl, the white star emerges, forming on both the inner and outer strawberry-red petals. Once in full bloom, the stars almost twinkle, captivating all who see them. Long stamens, light green at the center of the flower, fade to white and curve gracefully upward. Truly a ‘Superstar,’ this Amaryllis is like no other. Easy to plant and grow. Long-lasting, colorful flowers. Flower stems can be cut and placed in water when buds begin to change color. For longest-lasting blooms, keep plant away from heat and direct sunlight.

    Guaranteed to grow.
    Height: 20-24″
    Hardy in Zones 9-10

    Planting tip: If you wish to rebloom the Amaryllis in the fall, stop watering in August and place the bulb, still in the pot, in a cool, dry place for 10-12 weeks. In mid-November, remove the bulb from the old pot; remove dead foliage and old roots, but leave clean, healthy roots intact. Repot in fresh soil as indicated above in a pot only slightly larger than the bulb. If properly cared for, the bulb should bloom in 8-10 weeks.

  • Darwin tulips are the classics of the tulip world with the shape everyone associates with these beautiful spring flowers. Our Pink Impression Tulips takes the classic one step further with some of the largest, lustrous pink flowers ever. Look closely at the flower and you'll find a touch of black with a narrow yellow edge where the petals are attached to the stem. The flowers open in a delicate pink that deepens to a darker pink as they mature. These long-lasting flowers resist fading, and with their strong, sturdy stems are perfect in beds, borders, and containers. They make gracious additions to cut flower arrangements and are dramatic stand-alones in clear or white vases. Easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower.

    Grow 20-22″ tall.

    Bloom mid-spring.

    Hardy in Zones 3-8

    Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant tulips in clusters rather than in straight lines. Remember that tulips do not like excessive moisture and should not be planted where they are watered by irrigation systems.

  • Everyone loves delightfully fragrant flowers. Yellow Cheerfulness Adds exuberance a delicate scent both n the garden and when added to cut flower arrangements. Flowers have ruffled yellow double petals with just a touch of orange in the center and lemony yellow outer petals. Each stem produces 2-4 showy blooms that last up to 4 weeks in the garden.

    Amazingly easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower. Deer, rabbit, and drought resistant.

    Grow 14-16″ tall.

    Bloom mid-spring.

    Hardy in Zones 3-9

    Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant daffodils in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, they can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don’t mow the lawn until the leaves of the daffodils have died down.

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