Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulbs!
Smarty gardeners plant bare-root bulbs in the Fall!

Tulipa saxatilis

Our hand-picked selection of Spring blooming bulbs are here! And planting the bodacious bulbs in the Fall is a super-duper value, seasonally appropriate and EASY as pie!

Normally, we would pot these babies up (one bulb per pot), let them hang out in the nursery to grow big, fat roots and then offer them to you as 4" plants come Spring. Now, you can skip the wait and plant right away, letting them root directly into your garden and containers – no muss, no fuss! Plus, you'll cover more ground with 3 to 10 bare-root bulbs per bag (depending on variety) AND most of them will multiply to provide you with more and more beautiful blooms each successive year!

We don’t plan on growing all of these terrific bulbs as plants next year – so consider them an exclusive opportunity for you early bird bulb lovers! Grab 'em while you can, quantities are limited! Attractively packaged for gifting, they make excellent stocking stuffers for you early-bird holiday shoppers!
Iris 'Mystic Beauty' Narcissus 'British Gamble'

Iris 'Mystic Beauty' -10 bulbs/bag
An exciting new “Dutch Iris” featuring contrasting purplish-blue upper petals and subtle bronze falls splashed with dramatic gold throats. 4-5” flowers appear in late Spring, 2-3 per stem to 18”! With little care, will naturalize and can be divided after 3-5 years to maintain vigor. Hardy USDA zone 3!

Narcissus 'British Gamble'- 5 bulbs/bag
Extra-large 5-6" Daffodils with pure white outer petals and frilly-edged apricot trumpets are lightly fragrant and positively captivating! Stately atop 18-24" stems, they are perfect for the vase of behind shorter bulbs. Hardy USDA zone 3 and known to naturalize, no need to lift bulbs. Very deer resistant!

Ranunculus 'Champagne' Brodiaea 'Rudy'

Ranunculus 'Champagne' - 5 bulbs/bag
With layer upon layer of crepe-paper like petals, this mix of peach, apricot, raspberry and gold blooms are reminiscent of pint-sized peonies, producing abundant large 3-5” flowers on 10" stems that keep coming all Spring. Excellent cut flower! Deer resistant! Hardy USDA zone 8.

Brodiaea 'Rudy' - 10 bulbs/bag
One of the prettiest, easiest bulbs you can grow! THRIVING IN HEAVY SOIL, sun or shade, needing no Summer water and happy under oaks, you can “plant and forget” this CA native bulb! Gorgeous milky-blue flowers feature vivid indigo mid-veins. Naturalizes readily. USDA zone 7.

Allium cristophii "Star of Persia" Lilium 'Black Beauty'

Allium cristophii "Star of Persia" - 10 bulbs/bag
Massive 10” silvery-amethyst spheres comprised of zillions of star-shaped flowers atop sturdy 16-20" stalks appear in Spring on this lovely ornamental onion. A valuable vertical element perfect for lining walkways or planted in drifts, it's also relatively long lasting in a vase. Hardy USDA zone 4.

Lilium 'Black Beauty' - 1 bulbs/bag
A gorgeously profuse bloomer reaching an impressive 4-7’ tall, this beauty features 3-5” crimson flowers with strongly recurved petals and apple-green centers. Young plants produce 15-20 blooms per stem in late Summer, mature plants a whopping 40-60! Hardy USDA zone 4.
Ranunculus 'Pink Picotee' Ipheion uniflorum 'Rolf Fiedler' - 10 bulbs/bag
One of the first Spring bulbs to bloom in mild Winter gardens, ‘Rolf’ is an uplifting sight in February, with deliciously honey-scented, long-lasting 1” flowers, delicate purple with a darker stripe. Ground-hugging to 4-6" tall, it's easy to grow and will readily naturalize. Hardy USDA zone 6.
Ranunculus 'Pink Picotee' - 5 bulbs/bag
A flower for flower lovers!romantic-hued mix including purpley-pink, pink with white streaks, white with purple edges, and countless variations – ALL are gorgeous! Romantic, old-fashioned and really cheerful, they make stellar cut flowers, good up to 10 days in a vase! Hardy USDA zone 8.

Ipheion uniflorum 'Rolf Fiedler' - 10 bulbs/bag
One of the first Spring bulbs to bloom in mild Winter gardens, ‘Rolf’ is an uplifting sight in February, with deliciously honey-scented, long-lasting 1” flowers, delicate purple with a darker stripe. Ground-hugging to 4-6" tall, it's easy to grow and will readily naturalize. Hardy USDA zone 6.

Erythronium 'Pagoda' Dichelostemma ida-maia x multiflorum  
'Pink Diamond'

Erythronium 'Pagoda' - 10 bulbs/bag
A cross between two west coast native species (E. tuolumnense and E. revolutum), this award-winning "Dogtooth Violet" boasts 2" lemon yellow flowers atop 14" stems, with up to 10 flowers per stem. Showy in the woodland garden! A good naturalizer, wonderful planted among ferns or columbines. Deer and rodent resistant. Hardy USDA zones 6-9.

Dichelostemma ida-maia x multiflorum 
'Pink Diamond'
- 10 bulbs/bag
A naturally occurring cross between fiery red firecracker Dichelostemma and a blue Brodiaea, this CA native bulb features deep pink tubular flowers with reflexed tips highly appealing to hummingbirds and butterflies. Tolerant of both clay and sandy soils, sun or part shade. Hardy USDA zone 5.

Dichelostemma congestum
(Syn. Brodiaea congesta)
Tulipa saxatilis

Dichelostemma congestum
(Syn. Brodiaea congesta
) - 10 bulbs/bag
Native to meadows and open woods from CA to Canada, this colorful little bulb rises 18-24” above grass-like foliage with silver dollar-sized, bright purple florets April to June. Will naturalize nicely and does not require Summer dry conditions, so it can be left undisturbed. Hardy USDA zones 5-9.

Tulipa saxatilis - 10 bulbs/bag
A gorgeous and RELIABLY PERENNIAL SPECIES TULIP even in warm Winter areas! This beautiful wildflower from Crete is long-lived and self-propagating, forming a small colony over time. Large 3-4" flowers on 12" tall plants are perfect for edging a garden path or grouping in the front of a bed. Attractive to bees. Hardy USDA zone 5!

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