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Allium Mount Everest is everything one would expect of an Allium with this name. Impressive snowy white, globe-shaped flowerheads grow atop strong, study stems approximately 3 feet or more. Planted against a dark background, they add height and interest to the late spring through early summer garden. With blooms lasting 3-4 weeks, they’re versatile and hardy, attracting butterflies and bees no matter where they’re grown. They return year after year with minimal care and attention. Amazingly easy to grow. Enjoy enormous blooms year after year.
Bloom late spring to early summer. Can be grown successfully in containers and tubs. Use to add interest to cut flower arrangements. Deer resistant.
Hardy in Zones 4-10
Planting tip: Select a site carefully for your Allium Mount Everest. Because they do not like to be moved, permit them to stay where they were originally planted for 3-4 years before moving them to another location. Bulblets often form along the main bulb. When flowers diminish in size, dig the bulbs up in the fall, remove the bulblets and plant them in another location or give them to family members and friends to use in their gardens.
Blueberry bushes make perfect patio plants. Truly low maintenance, they can be grown anywhere outdoors: on a deck, a balcony, or a patio. The dark glossy green leaves turn to a brilliant red, orange, yellow, and/or purple in autumn. The white to very light pink flowers are long bell or urn-shaped. Deep blue berries can be eaten straight from the plant, served with whipped cream or ice cream, or baked in pies or muffins. The included, color-coordinated metal pot with handles makes it easy to move your blueberry bush from one location to another.
As white as freshly fallen snow, Mount Hood Daffodils rank among the best loved of all white daffodil varieties. Large, classic daffodil-shaped flowers grow on strong, sturdy stems and open as pale yellow, maturing to pristine white. Plant them among brightly colored spring flowers to provide dramatic contrast. Clip some to use in spring cut flower arrangements to brighten the indoor landscape also.
Amazingly easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower. Deer, rabbit, and drought resistant. Grow 14-16″ tall.
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.
These Lilies have a beautiful fragrance and showy white flowers that make this perfect for both the gardens and cut summer bouquets.
Huge, trumpet-shaped blooms are an white with double petals and are pollen free.
Perfect for borders and naturalizing—gorgeous, perfumed bouquets are an additional benefit. Not to mention loads of visiting butterflies.
Grows 24-36″ tall
Blooms Mid Summer
Hardy in Zones 3-8
Easy to grow indoors and as a patio plant, olive trees are so hardy they can be grown just about anywhere! The tree itself is visually striking and unique, with oblong, silver-green leaves and fragrant white flowers. Flowers bloom in spring and green fruit matures to black. The tree can be easily pruned to almost any desired shape to add decorative flair to indoor and outdoor settings. The included, color-coordinated metal pot with handles makes it easy to move your tree from one location to another.
Perhaps the easiest to grow of all indoor bulbs, Paperwhites ‘Ziva’ continue to be perennial holiday favorites. bloomsz now brings you a very affordable way to enjoy these all-time favorites with a 7-bulb pack of bloomsz Economy Paperwhites ‘Ziva’. Dramatic and beautiful when planted and displayed in decorative, themed, or clear glass containers. Easy to plant and grow. Bloom 30-45 days after planting indoors.
Guaranteed to grow.
Hardy in Zones 9-10 if planted outdoors; anywhere when planted indoors.
Planting tip: The clusters of flowers at the top of each stem sometimes tend to lean over as they grow. You may wish to stake the plants when they reach a height of 10-12″ to prevent them from toppling over as they grow to their full height.
White Emperor tulips live up to their name in a most royal fashion. Large, creamy white flowers with a golden heart edged in lemony yellow turn pure, pristine white as the flowers mature. Huge flowers are formed of unique petals that are wide, very long, and mildly fragrant. Their sturdy stems and large, sword-like leaves make them perfect additions to beds, borders, and containers. Excellent in cut flower arrangements, they're perfect paired with other bright or pastel spring blooms.
Easy to grow and carefree. Excellent cut flower. Strong, sturdy stems.
Grow 18-22″ tall.
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.
“The Pearl,” is loved by gardeners for its pristine white flowers and heavenly scent. Makes an excellent cut flower. Fragrant white flowers and stunning statement it makes either in the garden or cut in bouquets. The double, white blooms will fill your garden with a lovely fragrance and provide a lovely show in the late summer.
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