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Anemone St. Brigid mix provides a colorful double petaled continual bloom through the summer. Add Anemone along borders where you need a splash of color, and is a perfect flower for your cutting garden for a stunning addition to your flowering bouquets
With proliferous flowers that tumble over the sides their containers, Begonias have become very popular for use in hanging baskets. Begonia Odorosa Bulbs will delight you with abundant flowers. The single and double blooms up to 6” across have ruffled petals and grow amid lush bright green foliage. Enjoy cascades of flowers from early summer through the first frost.
Hardy in zones 8,9,10 but can be grown in all zones
Among the easiest to grow and the earliest to bloom, the Bloomsz Asiatic Lily Bulb Mixture will bring you the flawless beauty and brilliant colors of yellow, orange, pink, red, and white lilies. Numerous flowers grow on each tall, erect stem. These showy beauties are perfect when planted in clusters in borders and beds, and can last up to two weeks as cut flowers.
Bring color to your shade garden. A low maintenance perennial that creates a season long ground cover with color about the green foliage. This collection contains the classic colors of Red, Pink, White, and Dark Pink
Add the feel of the tropics to your garden with our Award Winning Double Oriental Lily Magic Star. Abundant flowers with double and sometimes triple sets of pink ruffled petals banded in red with darker red “freckles” are borne on strong stems. The most exotic and showy lily, the Magic Star provides excellent focal points in cut-flower arrangements and bouquets.
Perhaps the most stunning Canna of all, Bloomsz Black Knight Canna is both bold and beautiful. Leaves of very deep red to almost black form the backdrop for shocking scarlet-red almost blood-red flowers. Stems are strong and upright. The large, paddle-like leaves grow from stems in long narrow rolls that slowly unfurl. Nectar attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. These exotic beauties are easy to grow and maintain.
Bleeding Hearts are an all time favorite for any ornamental garden. These beautiful plants have soft green foliage and long rose pink and white heart-shaped flowers for several weeks in spring. Plants can form clumps 3 feet across and almost as tall. Foliage generally goes dormant in summer Bleeding hearts are beautifully grouped along borders. Bleeding hearts also make great additions to cut flower arrangements.
Bleeding hearts are excellent when planted in rows for a color border
Bleeding hearts have heart shaped flowers that several weeks in the spring.
Plant 24-48 in. apart
Bleeding hearts also make great additions to cut flower arrangements
The plants you receive may range from having leaves and actively growing, to being in a dormant (resting) state and showing few if any signs of life. However, you can be assured that plants are ready to spring to life once they’re planted.
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, Peonies are the classics all gardeners desire. Vigorous and floriferous, Bloomsz Border Charm Peony is an excellent choice for low borders, beds, and smaller gardens. Large, exotic light yellow flowers tinged with red flares in the center bloom on sturdy stems. The glossy deep green foliage remains attractive throughout the summer and into fall. These charmers will bring compliments galore and attract butterflies, too!
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, Peonies are the classics all gardeners desire. Thriving in full sun to light shade, Bowl of Beauty’s very large single flowerheads have bright rose-pink outer petals that surround frilly creamy white centers. Dark green foliage remains attractive throughout the summer and into fall. Use in borders or along fences, sidewalks, driveways, and walls; these charmers will bring compliments galore and attract butterflies, too!
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, Peonies are the classics all gardeners desire. Thriving in full sun to light shade, huge double blooms sit atop sturdy erect stems. In Bloomsz Breeder’s Choice Cut Flower Peony Blend, you’ll find blooms that have: bright yellow accents in a center of creamy white, a touch of yellow at the base of milky white, deep coral buds that open to coral-peach, strikingly beautiful apple blossom pink coloration, and deep pink that grows lighter at the edges.
Open-faced flowers perched like butterflies on tall stems best describes this delightful mix of Butterfly Daisies. Flowers have domed spiny centers of yellowish brown to reddish brown, surrounded by sometimes drooping petals called rays in vibrant carmine-red, deep golden-yellow, light purple, or dazzling white. You’ll enjoy this sensational display in your garden from summer through early fall.
Add an instant touch of the tropics to any part of your garden with Bloomsz Canna Roots. Large, attractive, paddle-like leaves grow from stems in long narrow rolls that slowly unfurl. Leaves may be solid green, blue-green, variegated, or striped with bronze or maroon. Flowers of red, yellow, orange, or pink, some even speckled or with borders of a different color, attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. These exotic beauties are easy to grow and maintain.
Carefree and rewarding, our Dutch Iris Bulb Collection will provide a unique and sweetly scented mass of color in the late spring garden. One of the best-known spring flowers, they will create classic combinations in clear, beautiful shades of yellow, white, purple, and even bicolors when planted in borders and beds. With minimal care, these excellent naturalizers will reward the gardener with years of beauty.
Crocosmia Lucifer delights both gardeners and professional flower arrangers. Hardy and easy to maintain, the plants are deer and drought resistant. Stiff, arching stems bear sprays of funnel-shaped, fire-engine-red blooms amid mounding sword-shape foliage. Florists frequently use Crocosmia to add sparks of color and graceful curves to cut-flower arrangements. Gardeners plant them in groups for a colorful border. They’re so easy to grow, you’ll find yourself cutting some and bringing them indoors to add a bit of drama to your own flower arrangements.
Favorites of hummingbirds and butterflies. Long vase life.
Be the first in your neighborhood to grow this amazing Dahlia! Dark burgundy almost black flowers grow amid dark green foliage. Use these medium-sized blooms to provide contrast when combined with pale pastel, creamy white, and white Dahlias in arrangements and bouquets. Plant them in borders, beds, and along pathways in similar groupings to provide a WOW factor and show-stopping curb appeal.
Dark bronze foliage that resembles chocolate at its very best provides the backdrop for the Bloomsz Dahlia Candy Bulb Mixture. Very floriferous, pink flowers with peach centers provide the decorative contrast. Excellent in borders and beds and stunning when added to cut flower arrangements.
Dahlia Jill are charming small, ball-shaped pompon flowers in a mixture of colors with 2-3″ blooms. They make an excellent and easy flower to place in cut flower arrangements. They prefer full sun to light shade, and bloom from mid-summer to fall. They are a perennial in Zones 9-11.
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.
Dinnerplate dahlias are best known for their large flowers ranging from 8″ to 10″ in diameter. Bloomsz brings shades of purple, yellow, and red in the Dinnerplate Dahlia Mix. It’s easy to add splashes of color to borders and beds. Grow them in a “cutting garden” to use in delightful summer arrangements or to share with friends and neighbors. Their long bloom time will provide bursts of color when most other species have faded away.
Every gardener longs for long-lasting, colorful blossoms.
Add a touch of the tropics to your garden with the Bloomsz Double Flowering Fragrant Cut Flower Rose-Lily Bulb Blend. Five to six flowers with double and sometimes triple sets of ruffled petals bloom on each stem. Flowers up to 10” in diameter in elegant classic white with subtle pale green centers, rose pink with white tips and dark speckling, and pink banded in red with darker red speckles are borne on strong stems. Excellent focal points in cut-flower arrangements and bouquets.
Tall and stately, Hollyhocks bring a romantic cottage-garden atmosphere to just about any garden setting. Wavy or fringed flowers that resemble hibiscus are surrounded by round, fuzzy green leaves. In shades of yellow, pink, red, and white, the flowers bloom from the bottom to the top of rigid spikes. Use to add height to borders and beds, or plant in clumps near porches and doorways, and along garden paths.
Flowers of pink, purple, white, and deep golden yellow are featured in this collection of Four Great Sun Garden Perennial Collection. Two different varieties of Phlox will produce long-lasting flowers in pink and white from July through September. Liatris are frequently used in cut-flower arrangements for their bursts of purple tassel-shaped flowers. And who can resist the brown-eyed, deep golden yellow profusion of Rudbeckia’s flowers?
Lovers of Gladiolus know that they make excellent cut flowers. Tall and stately, our Bloomsz Gladiolus Gemstones of the Garden Bulb Blend features some of the largest flowers in true gemstone shades. The lime green of peridot, the opalescent white of freshly fallen snow, and the bluish-purple of amethyst delight the eye both outdoors and inside the home. Grow these beauties in your cutting garden or add them to the back of borders and beds where they’ll sparkle like precious gems in the sunlight.
Looking for a shade-loving plant to brighten a shady area in the garden? Hosta ‘White Feather’ fits the bill perfectly. Unique in color, the leaves emerge and unfurl a creamy white with almost pointy tips and as the weeks progress mature to a greenish white. In mid-summer tall spikes bearing fragrant bell-shaped lavender flowers appear amid the mounds of foliage. Easy to care for and grow, they rarely need dividing. Try them as the center plant for a distinctive touch in a container on a shaded or north-facing patio or deck. No matter where they’re planted, Hosta ‘White Feather’ will be pleasing to the eye.
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