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  • Gloriosa Lily

    Climber with Lily-Like Blooms!

    Gloriosa Lily
    1 for $4.99
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    Great Value! Brighten your garden, patio and arrangements with this fascinating perennial. Its bright scarlet-red and yellow, lily-... 

  • Carsonii Gloriosa Lily
  • Double Tuberose

    Double Tuberose

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    3 for $9.99
  • Burgundy Shamrock

    Burgundy Shamrock

    10 for $6.99
  • Orange Candleflower
  • Mixed Baboon Flowers

    Mixed Baboon Flowers

    10 for $6.99
  • Tongariro Hardy Orchid
  • Elephant Ear

    Elephant Ear

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    3 for $9.99
  • Mixed Dutch Iris

    Mixed Dutch Iris

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    12 for $7.99
  • Iron Cross Good Luck Plant
  • Ranunculus Picotee Mix
  • Summer Cheer Daffodil
  • Twinkle Toes

    Twinkle Toes

    10 for $4.99
  • Peruvian Daffodil

    Peruvian Daffodil

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    3 for $12.99
  • Butterfly Gloxinia Blend
  • Anemones Mix Super Bag
  • Queen Fabiola Brodiaea
  • Pineapple Lily Blend
  • Mixed Ranuculus

    Mixed Ranuculus

    10 for $7.99
  • Liriope

    Liriope

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    3 for $9.99
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Planting flower bulbs is an easy way to create a stunning floral display in the garden. Many bulbs, like hyacinths, crocus, ranunculus, Dutch iris and windflowers, should be planted in the cool weather of the fall. Most bulbs look best when planted in groups. Some gardeners choose a single color bulb while others prefer colorful mixes. Before planting, choose a sunny or partially shaded location. Depending on the soil quality, bulbs may require fertilization at planting time and periodically after that. After planting, bulbs are virtually maintenance free and will provide cheerful booms for years to come.
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