With only one week left to order your bulk flower bulbs, we thought we would give you a little help composing your fall bulb program! We’ve selected our all-time best sellers, success guaranteed. Our bulk flower bulbs are the ideal choice for landscaping, parks and gardens. Delivery takes place in early october, right in time for planting season!
Darwin Hybrid Tulips
Darwin Hybrids are the most popular type of tulips for landscaping! They grow early – mid season, have giant flowers, a classic look, sturdy and tall stems and are available in beautiful, classic colors. See below our top 3 best selling Darwin Hybrid tulips;
Single Late Tulips
Single late tulip bulbs are the tallest type of tulip available, they are also known as French tulips. The flowers bloom late in the spring season and are an amazing addition to the border, they are long lasting. Available in many beautiful colors and mixtures. Check our best-sellers below:
Double tulips are an all time favorite among many flower-lovers. They bloom early – late season, and really add that something extra to the garden. Available in a wide range of colors, always producing extra large, peony-like flowers.
Add an exotic touch to the garden by filling it with parrot, fringed or lily-flowering tulips. Not your typical type of tulip! They instantly draw attention. Both beautiful when stealing the show on their own, or combined with single tulips.
Daffodils come in many different shapes, colors and sizes! Daffodils are one of the earliest flower bulbs to bloom, in March and early April. What we love about daffodils, is that they return for many years, are deer resistant, some of them are scented and they – of course – are very beautiful! Check our top 3 daffodil bulbs below;
You can never go wrong with hyacinths! The flowers feauture many flower spikes on compact stems, they have a delicious scent and return for many years! Hyacinths typically come in soft colors and bloom early – mid season. They look great in borders and large containers, both on their own or combined with other spring bloomers like tulips, daffodils and muscari.
If you have any questions about ordering flower bulbs, planting advice, bulb combinations, growing conditions or anything else, please feel free to contact our team of bulb experts! We’re happy to help.