TO PLANT A GARDEN IS
TO BELIEVE IN TOMORROW
Some of the more common spring bulbs are tulips, irises, daffodils, hyacinth, allium and crocus. These bulbs need several weeks of cold temperatures to break their dormancy and flower to their full potential. These bulbs are planted in the fall. Summer bulbs or Tubers are also called tender bulbs, these bulbs are planted in spring and flower or leaf out in summer. Gladiolas Bulbs, Dahlia Tubers, Canna Lily Tubers & Cali Lily Tubers do not survive our winters and have to be dug in the fall and then stored in a cool place (above freezing). Then can be replanted the next spring.
We offer an assorted selection of flower bulbs and garden seeds.
Watch for Garden and Flower seeds arriving soon. Happy planting!