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Fall planting flower bulbs 

 


Dogtooth Violet

The Dogtooth Violet, 'Erythronium', are great naturalizing bulbs that produce yellow flowers and have brown mottled foliage. The mottled foliage adds extra interest to this plant. The Dogtooth Violet has nodding, colorful, solitary, lily-like flowers on leafless stems. They are also know as adder's-tongue or trout lily. This plant flowers in mid spring. It generally grows in groups of dozens to hundreds of plants. The solitary yellow flowers can truly brighten a landscape.


Double Mixed Freesia

The Freesia 'Assorted colors', 'Freesia double', a fall planted bulb, is our dazzling multicolored assortment (featuring vivid reds, bright golds, luminous pinks, dusky blues and pristine whites) that bears an abundance of blooms. It is every bit as fragrant as the single varieties, and with twice the petals on each flower for a showier effect! Freesia works well in small groups, in rock gardens, and in front of borders. Freesia do best where nights are cool, and in northern climates plant the bulbs early in the spring. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Single Mixed Freesia

The Freesia 'Assorted colors', 'Freesia single', a fall planted bulb, is our dazzling multicolored assortment (featuring vivid reds, bright golds, luminous pinks, dusky blues and pristine whites) that bears an abundance of blooms. The richly scented, trumpet-shaped flowers are unequalled. Enjoy the delightful fragrance of these bright, graceful flowers in the garden or in containers indoors. Freesia works well in small groups in rock gardens and in front of borders. In nothern Climates plant the bulbs early in the spring. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Blue Glory of the Snow

The Glory of the Snow 'Blue', 'Chionodoxa luciliae', a fall planted bulb, produce masses of open, star-shaped blue flowers with white centers. The bulbs can produce up to 10 blossoms. The strap-shaped leaves form loose, rather untidy rosettes. These plants are great for mass plantings, containers, ground cover, and borders. Blue Glory of the Snow bloom in early to mid spring and they flower for about a 3 week period. The bulbs should be left in the ground after flowering. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Pink Giant Glory of the Snow

The Glory of the Snow 'Pink Giant', 'Chionodoxa luciliae', a fall planted bulb, produce masses of open, star-shaped pink flowers. Chionodoxa is often called Glory of the Snow because they peep into bloom sometimes before the snow has completely disappeared. The star-shaped flowers are very strong. They are native to Asia Minor, Crete and Cyprus. The bulbs should be left in the ground after flowering. Naturalizes by reseeding, which it does readily, especially in a humus-rich soil. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Mixed Colors Baboon Flower

The Baboon Flower 'Assorted Colors, 'Babiana', a fall planted corm, produces enchanting flowers on slightly hairy leaves with each stem bearing up to 5 flowers of outstanding beauty, color and shape. The common name 'Baboon Flower' comes from the fact that baboons used to dig up the corms for food! They are also very fragrant. When used for an indoor plant, place the bulbs in a deep (6-8") pot. Stop watering when the leaves turn brown, and then resume after six weeks. This plant attracts butterflies and it is great for containers, borders and as a specimen plant.


Brimeura

The Brimeura 'Blue/White', 'Brimeura amethystina', a fall planted bulb, is extremely easy to grow. The white or blue flowers are useful for a wide variety of purposes. Brimeura bulbs will naturalize without any special care, and they can withstand a frost period.The Blue/White Brimeura is a great plant for naturalizing, containers, mass plantings, and borders. Brimeura flower for a 3 week period in mid spring. These plants are deer, squirrel and rabbit resistant.


Red Crown Imperial Fritillaria

The Fritillaria 'Red', 'Crown Imperial Fritillaria', is a fall planted bulb. The impressive Crown Imperial has a bundle of red bell-like flowers all around the stem and a whimsical crown of green leaves. The pendulous flowers make a bold statement in the garden. It is by far the most well-known species and also one of the earliest plants to be cultivated. This plant has a 3 week bloom period beginning in late spring. Fritillaria are used in borders, containers, and as a specimen plant. They are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Yellow Crown Imperial Fritillaria

The Fritillaria 'Yellow', 'Crown Imperial Fritillaria', is a fall planted bulb. The impressive Crown Imperial has a bundle of yellow bell-like flowers all around the stem and a whimsical crown of green leaves. The pendulous flowers make a bold statement in the garden. It is by far the most well-known species and also one of the earliest plants to be cultivated. After flowering and complete drying of the leaves, the stems should be cut off just above the ground. Fritillaria are used in borders, containers, and as a specimen plant. They are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


White Glory of the Snow

The Glory of the Snow 'Alba' '(white)', 'Chionodoxa luciliae', a fall planted bulb, produce masses of open, star-shaped white flowers. Chionodoxa is often called Glory of the Snow because they peep into bloom sometimes before the snow has completely disappeared. The star-shaped flowers are very strong and native to Asia Minor, Crete and Cyprus. Allow foliage to die back naturally to make these bulbs last for years. Naturalizes by reseeding, which it does readily, especially in a humus-rich soil. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Mixed Colors Guinea-hen flower

The Guinea-Hen Flower 'Mixed Colors', 'Fritillaria Meleagris', a fall planted bulb, produces dainty purple and white bell-shaped flowers that are extraordinary textured, like a checkerboard. This species is native to Europe, where its bulbs usually grow in very moist locations. They are exquisite when naturalized with ferns, or in tall grass where they quickly form large colonies. The best results are achieved when the plants are not disturbed. This plant is great for mass planting, containers, rock gardens, and borders. They are also deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


White Guinea-hen flower

The Guinea-Hen Flower 'White', 'Fritillaria Meleagris', a fall planted bulb, produces dainty white bell-shaped flowers that are extraordinary textured, like a checkerboard. This species is native to Europe, where its bulbs usually grow in very moist locations. They are exquisite when naturalized with ferns or in tall grass, where they quickly form large colonies. If conditions are right, the bulbs are long-lived and multiply well. This plant is great for mass planting, containers, rock gardens, and borders. They are also deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Honey Lily

The Honey Lily, 'Nectaroscordum siculum', a fall planted bulb, is also know as Sicilian Honey Lily or Sicilian Honey Garlic. The Honey Lily produces clusters of gracefully drooping flowers that are white with a maroon streak down each petal and green at the base. The large loose shaded bell-like blooms face downward. It is not a small or subtle plant, but it does make an interesting accent plant in the spring garden. They bloom in late spring and they can tolerate planting in sun or shade.


Lords and Ladies

The Lord and Ladies, 'Arum italicum', a fall planted bulb, not only grows wild in Italy but also in Southern France and Spain, so it is a real Mediterranean plant. What makes this Arum so different is that its beautifully shaped. Marked and veined leaves appear in autumn and stay green all winter. Its inflorescence, the only conspicuous part being its soft yellow-green bract, consists of a spadix. Arum takes a year or two to establish well. These plants flower in late summer and bloom for 4 to 6 weeks. They are deer, rabbit and squirrel resistant.


Duchess de Nemours Peony

The Peony 'Duchess de Nemours', 'Paeonia', a fall planted bulb, produces gorgeous large white flowers that are splotched with a touch of red and sparkle in the garden. During late spring-early summer, they fill the garden with fragrance. They also produce superb, long lasting cut flowers. They will bloom 3 to 4 weeks in late spring. Peonies usually take a few years to establish and bloom heavily. Staking is recommended. Peonies attract butterflies and are great cut flowers and borders. They are also deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Karl Rosenfield Peony

The Peony 'Karl Rosenfield', 'Paeonia', a fall planted bulb, produces magnificent bright red flowers that are stunning in the garden and superb for cut flowers. During late spring-early summer, they fill the garden with fragrance. They also produce superb, long lasting cut flowers. They will bloom 3 to 4 weeks in late spring. Staking is recommended. Peonies attract butterflies and are great cut flowers and borders. They are also deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Sarah Bernhardt Peony

The Peony 'Sarah Bernhardt', 'Paeonia', a fall planted bulb, is one of the most popular Double Peonies. This gorgeous variety produces large, soft pink flowers, of perfect form with a delightful fragrance. They produce superb, long lasting cut flowers. During late spring-early summer, they fill the garden with fragrance. Peonies usually take a few years to establish and bloom heavily. Staking is recommended. Peonies attract butterflies and are great cut flowers and borders. They are also deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.


Persian Fritillaria

The Persian Fritillaria, 'Fritillaria persica', is a fall planted bulb. The impressive Crown Imperial has a bundle of bell-like flowers all around the stem and a whimsical crown of green leaves. The pendulous flowers make a bold statement in the garden. It is by far the most well-known species and also one of the earliest plants to be cultivated. Mark the location of the bulbs to avoid any damage when digging or raking. The Persian Fritillaria blooms in mid to late spring for a 3 week period. These plants are deer, squirrel, and rabbit resistant.


Pink Buttercups

The Pink Buttercups, 'Oxalis adenophylla', a fall planted bulb, forms thick carpets of bright, deep pink flowers. The flowers are not the only attractive part of the plant. The finely incised greenish-gray leaves only add to Oxalis adenophylla's beauty. Oxalis adenophylla originates from Chili and Argentina where it grows high up in the mountains. This plant is also known as Chilean Wood Sorrel, Silver Shamrock, Pink Carpet Oxalis, Pink Sauerklee, and Sandoxalis. They prefer well drained soils. They do not winter well in wet soils.


Mixed Colors Ranunculus

The Ranunculus 'Mixed Colors', 'Ranunculaceae', a fall planted bulb, produce wonderful cut flowers. Autumn planting is ideal in regions with mild winter climates. The Ranunculus Mixed Colors produces lovely pink, yellow and red flowers. Ranunculus are great for borders, beds, container plants, and cut flowers. They begin to bloom in early summer and go for weeks. Place them in well drained soil.


Mixed Colors Tecolote Ranunculus

The Ranunculus 'Tecolote Mixed Colors', 'Ranunculaceae', a fall planted bulb, produce stunning 4" flowers that bloom for 4 to 6 weeks. Each bulb produces from 30 to 35 4 inch blooms. Cutting the blooms for cut flowers just encourages more blooms. The assorted colors of the blooms add to the stunning appearance of the garden. Ranunculus are great for borders, beds, container plants, and cut flowers. They begin to bloom in early summer and go for weeks. Place them in well drained soil.


Snowdrop

The Snowdrop, 'Galanthus Nivalis', is a fall planted bulb. Snowdrops are probably the very first flowers to peep their heads through the ground at the end of the winter, as soon as the snow melts. The small nodding, milky white flowers are bell-shaped and have green spots. They arise in frosty ground, multiplying freely over time. If clumps become too crowded, lift and divide them into smaller groups in late spring. They are great for indoor forcing, rock gardens, containers, mass planting, and borders. They are rabbit, deer, and squirrel resistant.


Mixed Colors Spanish Bluebells

The Spanish Bluebells 'Assorted Colors', 'Hyacinthoides hispanica ', is a fall planted bulb. These Spanish Bluebells produce elegant flowers with a heavenly, sweet perfume. This is one of the tallest-growing Scilla species. Hanging from the sturdy, round flower stalks are lots and lots of broad, bell-shaped flowers. Bluebells bloom for a 3 week period in late spring/early summer. These plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant. Spanish Bluebells are great for mass planting, containers, rock gardens, and borders.


Mixed Colors Sparaxis

The Sparaxis or Harlequin flower, 'Sparaxis', a fall planted bulb, produces lovely mixed colored flowers including orange, white, yellow, red, purple, and pink. This plant has sword-shaped leaves and star-shaped flowers. The Sparaxis is also commonly known as the Wand Flower. The Harlequin flower looks great in beds, borders, gardens and containers.


Blue Spring Beauty

The Spring Beauty 'Blue', 'Scilla siberica', a fall planted bulb, is one of the first to bloom in the spring time. They will bloom for a 2 to 3 week period. Spring Beauty is particularly attractive under spring flowering shrubs such as forsythia, azaleas, rhododendrons and magnolias. Spring Beauty is also very attractive planted in masses and loose drifts of a hundred bulbs or more. Because Spring Beauty matures quickly, before tree leaves block out sunlight, they can be grown under deciduous trees.


White Spring Beauty

The Spring Beauty 'White', 'Scilla siberica', a fall planted bulb, is one of the first to bloom in the spring time. They will bloom for a 2 to 3 week period. Spring Beauty is particularly attractive under spring flowering shrubs such as forsythia, azaleas, rhododendrons and magnolias. Spring Beauty is also very attractive planted in masses and loose drifts of a hundred bulbs or more. Because Spring Beauty matures quickly, before tree leaves block out sunlight, they can be grown under deciduous trees. They are a great naturalizer for in woodland areas.


Rolf Fiedler Spring Star Flower

The Spring Star Flower 'Rolf Fiedler', 'Ipheion uniflorum', a fall planted bulb, produces gorgeous blue flowers. These gorgeous flowers are six-petaled, star-shaped, and are sweetly fragrant. The grass-like foliage smells like garlic when crushed. The Spring Star Flower is great for edges of borders and plant layering. After a few years, if blooms begin to decline, the clumps need to be dug up, bulbs divided, and replanted to start afresh. This can be done at spring's end or whenever blooms have declined, or as soon as the grass begins to die back.


White Star Spring Star Flower

The Spring Star Flower 'White Star', 'Ipheion uniflorum', a fall planted bulb, produces gorgeous white flowers. These gorgeous flowers are six-petaled, star-shaped, and are sweetly fragrant. These white flowers make a superb acccent for other nearby flowers. The grass-like foliage smells like garlic when crushed. After a few years, if blooms begin to decline, the clumps need to be dug up, bulbs divided, and replanted to start afresh. This can be done at spring's end or whenever blooms have declined, or as soon as the grass begins to die back.


Pale Blue Squill

The Squill 'Pale Blue', 'Puschkinia scilloides libanotica', a fall planted bulb, produces pale blue and white flowers with a line of deeper color down the center of each petal. The Pale Blue Squill is a lovely addition to your garden, with its delicate little flowers. The small blossoms in loose clusters are useful for a wide variety of purposes. This genus owns its name to the Russian botanist Puschkin. It is native to Asia and the Middle East. The Squill is a dainty plant and flowers in very early spring. They also have a fine spicy fragrance.


White Squill

The Squill 'White', 'Puschkinia scilloides libanotica', a fall planted bulb, produces pale white flowers with a line of deeper color down the center of each petal. The White Squill is a lovely addition to your garden, with its delicate little flowers. The small blossoms in loose clusters are useful for a wide variety of purposes. This genus owns its name to the Russian botanist Puschkin. It is native to Asia and the Middle East. The Squill is a dainty plant and flowers in very early spring. They also have a fine spicy fragrance.


Giant Summer Snowflake

The Summer Snowflake 'Gravetye Giant', 'Leucojum aestivum', a fall planted bulb, produces flowers that resemble the snowdrop, but with green tips. The pendant white bells have six equal petals tipped with a dot of emerald green. The multiple flowers dangle on 18 inch stems. The slender leaves grow outward in a gentle curve. Summer Snowflake is one of the easiest and most carefree naturalizing bulbs you can grow. Like daffodils, they can be grown under shrubs and trees that are leafless in the late winter and early spring.


Mixed Colors Tritonia

The Tritonia Mixed, 'Tritonia', a fall planted bulb, produces flowers of mixed colors on a short plant. These clump forming plants have strappy leaves with flared trumpet-like flowers. Tritonia is available as mixed colors in white, orange and pink shades. They will produce masses of flowers in late spring. They have a very similar flower shape to sparaxis and freesias, although they flower much later, filling the gap between spring and summer flowering bulbs. They make beautiful borders and beds and they last reasonably well in the vase.


Mixed Colors Watsonia

The Watsonia 'Mixed Colors', 'Watsonia', a fall planted bulb, is a perennial herb growing from corms that produces erect spikes of showy flowers. The Mixed Color Watsonia will provide a beautiful assortment of colors to your garden. They are ideal cut flowers. The soft colored bells are abundant through the warmer months and they appear above sword shaped leaves. Watsonia are sun loving and tolerant of dry conditions and they have attractive foliage for most of the year. Watsonia are suited to rock garden pockets in temperate climates.

 


 

 

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